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The Late Film: The Seduction of Joe Tynan

on BBC One London

starring Alan Alda Barbara Harris Meryl Streep
Joe Tynan is a liberal senator and a rising star in Congress who believes in supporting the people who put him into office. One day Joe may even get to be president....
But suddenly the political pressure is on when he finds himself caught between two opposing political factions.
In addition, his marriage is in jeopardy, as he gets involved with a beautiful lawyer. This story of love and ambition was the first feature film written by its star, Alan Alda.
Screenplay by ALAN ALDA
Produced by MARTIN BREGMAN Directed by JERRY SCHATZBERG
0 FILMS: page 16

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Alda
Unknown:
Barbara Harris
Unknown:
Meryl Streep
Unknown:
Joe Tynan
Unknown:
Alan Alda.
Play By:
Alan Alda
Produced By:
Martin Bregman
Directed By:
Jerry Schatzberg
Joe Tynan:
Alan Alda
Ellie Tynan:
Barbara Harris
Karen Traynor:
Meryl Streep
Senator Hugh Kittner:
Rip Torn
Senator Birney:
Melvyn Douglas
Francis:
Charles Kimbrough
Althena Kittner:
Carrie Nye
Senator Ed Pardew:
Michael Higgins
Janet Tynan:
Blanche Baker
Joe's secretary:
Maureen Anderman

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