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The Monday Film: A Touch of Class


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The famous comedy starring George Segal Glenda Jackson with Hildegard Neil and Paul Sorvino
A chance meeting in Hyde Park brings together Vicki Allessio and Steve Blackburn
- two very different people - in an unlikely love affair.
Sick of the complications in London the two decide to move to neutral territory for a naughty week in Marbella. The problems start at the airport and culminate with Steve dislocating his back at a very unfortunate moment. Glenda Jackson and George Segal are the sparring lovers in this hilarious tale of extramarital discord.
Screenplay by MELVIN FRANK. JACK ROSE Produced and directed by MELVIN FRANK
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Unknown: George Segal
Unknown: Glenda Jackson
Unknown: Hildegard Neil
Unknown: Paul Sorvino
Unknown: Hyde Park
Unknown: Vicki Allessio
Unknown: Glenda Jackson
Unknown: George Segal
Unknown: Melvin Frank.
Unknown: Jack Rose
Directed By: Melvin Frank
Steve Blackburn: George Segal
Vicki Allessio: Glenda Jackson
Walter Menkes: Paul Sorvino
Gloria Blackburn: Hildegard Neil
Wendell Thompson: Cec Linder
Patty Menkes: K Callan
Martha Thompson: Mary Barclay
Cecil: Michael Elwyn

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The Monday Film: A Touch of Class

BBC One London, 22 September 1986 22.10

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