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Cactus Flower (16-Dec-1969)

Director: Gene Saks

Writer: I.A.L. Diamond

From a play by: Abe Burrows; Pierre Barillet; Jean-Pierre Grédy (plays)

Music: Quincy Jones

Producer: M. J. Frankovich

Keywords: Comedy

Goldie Hawn a young free spirit dating an older dentist, Walter Matthau. To avoid committing to marriage, he has his nurse-receptionist Ingrid Bergman pose as his wife, who is willing to engage in the charade because she is secretly in love with him. Matthau slightly miscast in this still-delightful comedy; for her performance Goldie Hawn received an Oscar of Best Supporting Actress.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ingrid Bergman
Actor
29-Aug-1915 29-Aug-1982 Murder on the Orient Express
Goldie Hawn
Actor
21-Nov-1945   Private Benjamin
Irene Hervey
Actor
11-Jul-1909 20-Dec-1998 Destry Rides Again
Walter Matthau
Actor
1-Oct-1920 1-Jul-2000 Messy half of the Odd Couple
Vito Scotti
Actor
26-Jan-1918 5-Jun-1996 Character actor, 1950s to 1990s
Jack Weston
Actor
21-Aug-1924 3-May-1996 Wait Until Dark

CAST

Walter Matthau   ...   Julian Winston
Ingrid Bergman   ...   Stephanie Dickinson
Introducing
Goldie Hawn   ...   Toni Simmons
Co-Starring
Jack Weston   ...   Harvey Greenfield
Rick Lenz   ...   Igor Sullivan
Vito Scotti   ...   Sr. Sanchez
Irene Hervey   ...   Mrs. Durant
with
Eve Bruce   ...   Georgia
Irwin Charone   ...   Store Manager
Matthew Saks   ...   Nephew

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