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The Monday Film: Breezy


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William Holden
Kay Lenz
The season of Clint Eastwood films ends with this contemporary romance directed by Eastwood in which a teenage hitch-hiker thumbs a ride to Hollywood -and an affair with a middle-aged member of the Californian smart set.
Frank Harmon has lost all passion and warmth since his divorce and his first reaction to young Breezy is anything but sympathetic.
Gradually, however, the gap between them closes....
Screenplay by JOE HEIMS
• FILMS: page 31


Unknown: William Holden
Unknown: Kay Lenz
Unknown: Clint Eastwood
Unknown: Frank Harmon
Play By: Joe Heims
Directed By: Clint Eastwood
Frank Harmon: William Holden
Breezy: Kay Lenz
Bob Henderson: Roger C. Carmel
Betty Tobin: Marj Dusay
Paula Harmon: Joan Hotchkis
Marcy: Jamie Smith Jackson
Man in car: Norman Bartold
Overnight date: Lynn Borden
Nancy Henderson: Shelley Morrison
Bruno: Dennis Olivieri
Charlie: Eugene Peterson
Police officer: Lew Brown
Doctor: Richard Bull
Norman: Johnnie Collin Ni

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The Monday Film: Breezy

BBC One London, 18 March 1985 22.05

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