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Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon (11-May-1970)

Director: Otto Preminger

Writer: Marjorie Kellogg (screenplay)

From novel by: Marjorie Kellogg

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Julie Bovasso
Actor
1-Aug-1930 14-Sep-1991 Saturday Night Fever
James Coco
Actor
21-Mar-1928 25-Feb-1987 Only When I Laugh
Leonard Frey
Actor
4-Sep-1938 24-Aug-1988 Stage actor, The Boys in the Band
Ken Howard
Actor
28-Mar-1944   The White Shadow
Nancy Marchand
Actor
19-Jun-1928 18-Jun-2000 Mrs. Pynchon on Lou Grant
Liza Minnelli
Singer
12-Mar-1946   Cabaret
Anne Revere
Actor
25-Jun-1903 18-Dec-1990 National Velvet
Pete Seeger
Singer/Songwriter
3-May-1919 27-Jan-2014 We Shall Overcome
Clarice Taylor
Actor
20-Sep-1917 30-May-2011 Anna Huxtable on The Cosby Show
Fred Williamson
Football
5-Mar-1938   Football star, Original Gangstas

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 14-Apr-2006)

Movies such as Cabaret, Broadway, and TV would show off Liza Minnelli's competance as a singer and dancer, but when comparing her acting to her mother's (Judy Garland), this, little known, but a gem of a movie, is by far her best as an actor. In this film she plays an abuse victim, a date burns her face with battery acid, who shares a house with other physically and mentally challenged individuals. She is able to bring the audience through a full range of emotions from laughter to tears. This film is extremely underrated. I highly recommend seeing this wonderful piece of cinema.


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