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Just Between Friends (21-Mar-1986)

Director: Allan Burns

Writer: Allan Burns

Music Composed and Conducted by: Patrick Williams

Producers: Edward Teets; Allan Burns

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lewis Arquette
14-Dec-1935 10-Feb-2001 Arquette patriarch
Ted Danson
29-Dec-1947   Bartender on Cheers
Jane Greer
9-Sep-1924 24-Aug-2001 Out of the Past
Salome Jens
8-May-1935   Angel Baby
Christine Lahti
4-Apr-1950   Dr. Kate Austin on Chicago Hope
Mary Tyler Moore
29-Dec-1936 25-Jan-2017 The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Julie Payne
11-Sep-1946   Improv and voice actress
Beverly Sanders
2-Sep-1940   Susan Alborn on Rhoda
Sam Waterston
15-Nov-1940   Asst DA Jack McCoy on Law & Order


Mary Tyler Moore   ...   Holly Davis
Christine Lahti   ...   Sandy Dunlap
Sam Waterston   ...   Harry Crandall
Ted Danson   ...   Chip Davis
Mark Blum   ...   George Margolin
Susan Rinell   ...   Kim Davis
Timothy Gibbs   ...   Jeff Davis
Jane Greer   ...   Ruth Chadwick
Salome Jens   ...   Helga
Diane Stilwell   ...   Carla
Julie Payne   ...   Karen
Beverly Sanders   ...   Judy
Read Morgan   ...   Charlie
James MacKrell   ...   Bill
Chet Collins   ...   Stage Manager
Castulo Guerra   ...   Sportscaster
Terri Hanauer   ...   Woman in Shower
Helene Winston   ...   Woman in Ice Cream Shop
Gary Riley   ...   Clerk in Ice Cream Shop
Leda Siskind   ...   Coffee Shop Waitress
Joshua Harris   ...   Boy with Runny Nose
Robert Kino   ...   Mr. Hasegawa
Lisle Wilson   ...   Newswriter
John Terry Bell   ...   Minister
George D. Wallace   ...   Bob Chadwick
Andra Akers   ...   Andrea
Robert Rothwell   ...   Bill
Darwyn Carson   ...   Janet
Lewis Arquette   ...   TV Station Guard
Brigitte Desper   ...   Heather
Tiffany Desper   ...   Heather
Dorothy Francis   ...   Herself
Suzanne Wishner   ...   Receptionist at Gym
Jeannie Elias   ...   Marci
Christina Kokubo   ...   Nurse
Leslie Ann Rieder   ...   Candy Striper


Review by John Levin (posted on 22-Sep-2007)

This is a trite film. The plot and the characters are so one-dimensional that one can't help feeling a little embarrassed by the whole thing. Even Danson's character named "Chip" is enough to make you cringe.Only the presence of the wondrous Jane Greer as Mary Tyler Moore's mom elevates this mess if only for a few moments.

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