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Serial (28-Mar-1980)

Director: Bill Persky

Writers: Michael Elias; Rich Eustis

From novel: The Serial: A Year in the Life of Marin County by Cyra McFadden

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Pamela Bellwood
Actor
26-Jun-1951   Claudia Blaisdel on Dynasty
Peter Bonerz
Film Director
6-Aug-1938   Sitcom and film director
Peter Horton
Actor
20-Aug-1953   thirtysomething
Sally Kellerman
Actor
2-Jun-1937   Hot Lips in M*A*S*H
Christopher Lee
Actor
27-May-1922   The Face of Fu Manchu
Bill Macy
Actor
18-May-1922   Bea Arthur's husband on Maude
Martin Mull
Comic
18-Aug-1943   Fernwood Tonight
Barbara Rhoades
Actor
23-Mar-1947   The Shakiest Gun in the West
Tommy Smothers
Comic
2-Feb-1937   A Smothers Brother
Nita Talbot
Actor
8-Aug-1930   Rose on Starting from Scratch
Tuesday Weld
Actor
27-Aug-1943   Looking for Mr. Goodbar
Lee Wilkof
Actor
25-Jun-1951   Broadway actor

REVIEWS

Review by Warren Wolfe (posted on 24-Jul-2009)

A wonderful comedy. If you are okay with poking fun of Marin County, California in the 1970s, this movie will please you. The humor is good-natured, rather than mean, but rather devastating nonetheless. The film follows the exploits of a normal man stuck in a small, reasonably insane society. With only a couple of exceptions, the characters are fully caught up in the inanity of the seventies (only slightly) post-hippy society. There is a superb cast, and the entire cast turns in a set of stellar performances. I highly recommend this film to anyone needing a laugh.


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