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A Touch of Class (1973)

PG 106 min - Comedy, Romance - 1 January 1973
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Steve, a happily married American man living in London meets Vicki, an English divorcée and run off to Marbella for a rollicking week of sex. They then return to London to set up a cozy menage, despite the fact that he loves his wife and children, and now realize that he and Vicki have also fallen in love.

Director:  Melvin Frank
Writers:  Melvin Frank, Jack Rose
Stars:  George Segal, Glenda Jackson, Paul Sorvino, K Callan, Cec Linder, Michael Elwyn, Mary Barclay, Nadim Sawalha

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Storyline

Steve, a happily married American man living in London meets Vicki, an English divorcée and run off to Marbella for a rollicking week of sex. They then return to London to set up a cozy menage, despite the fact that he loves his wife and children, and now realize that he and Vicki have also fallen in love.



Tagline: Not since Gable battled with Colbert and Hepburn battled with Grant has comedy been such fun. Watch Segal take on Jackson.

Genres: Comedy, Romance

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Country:   United Kingdom
Language:  English, Spanish
Release Date:  1 January 1973

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Company Credits

Production Companies:  Brut Productions, Joseph E. Levine Productions

Technical Specs

Runtime:  1 h 46 min

Academy Award Nominations and Win

ACTRESS — Glenda Jackson {“Vicki Allessio”} – WON
MUSIC (Original Dramatic Score) — John Cameron
MUSIC (Song) — “All That Love Went To Waste,” Music by George Barrie; Lyrics by Sammy Cahn
BEST PICTURE — Melvin Frank, Producer
WRITING (Story and Screenplay–based on factual material or material not previously published or produced) — Melvin Frank, Jack Rose


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