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The Monday Film: Fun and Games


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'He likes a little fun and games. Who doesn't? He's just an ordinary family man.' That may be the male's-eye view of Garvey's antics on the shop floor. But for Carol, who isn't prepared to sleep with him to earn promotion, fun and games means sexual harassment.... She takes on the factory, the union, and finally the Wall Street head office in her fight against Garvey and the attitude that a female employee's work does not stop when the office closes....

FILMS: page 23


Screenplay: David Smilow
Screenplay: Elizabeth Wilson
Producer: Lillian Gallo
Producer: Fay Kanin
Director: Alan Smithee
Carol: Valerie Harper
Pete: Cliff De Young
Garvey: Max Gail
Laura: Jobeth Williams
Ted: Peter Donat
Gordy: Art Hindle
Greg: Michael Nouri
Rose: Peggy Rea
Delaney: Frank Maxwell
Fred Fermin: Lloyd Gough
Helen: Naomi Stevens
Eileen: Yolanda Marquez
Blodgett: Richard Roat
Frank: Laurence Haddon
Lois McKay: Dee Timberlake
Tex Landers: Brad English
Berta: Maria Richwine

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The Monday Film: Fun and Games

BBC One London, 17 February 1986 22.40

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