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Saturday Night at the Movies: Loving Couples

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starring James Coburn Shirley MacLaine Sally Kellerman
Evelyn and Walter Kirby are rich and successful Beverly Hills doctors with the sort of ailment that has no prescribed remedy - a boring, unhealthy marriage. Walter is so preoccupied with his work that his bedside manner makes Evelyn think she's in for a check-up! Enough is enough and she decides on an extramarital cure of her own. This irreverent romantic comedy makes a sideways diagnosis of the morals of the 1980s and recommends a change in diet.
Screenplay by MARTIN DONOVAN Produced by RENEE VALENTE Directed by JACK SMIGHT
(First showing on British television) 0 FILMS: page 26
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Contributors

Unknown: James Coburn
Unknown: Shirley MacLaine
Unknown: Sally Kellerman
Unknown: Walter Kirby
Unknown: Martin Donovan
Produced By: Renee Valente
Directed By: Jack Smight
Evelyn: Shirley MacLaine
Walter: James Coburn
Stephanie: Susan Sarandon
Gregg: Stephen Collins
Mrs Liggett: Sally Kellerman
Walter's nurse: Nan Martin
Dulcy: Shelly Batt
Elegant doctor: Bernard Behrens
Nurse: Anne Bloom
Drunk doctor: Art Kassul
Nudist: Hap Lawrence
Wally: Bob Levine

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Saturday Night at the Movies: Loving Couples

BBC One London, 6 December 1986 21.05






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