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10
     

10

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Director: Blake Edwards, Dudley Moore, Julie Andrews, Bo Derek

Cast: Blake Edwards, Dudley Moore, Julie Andrews, Bo Derek

 

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Blake Edwards' 10 stars Dudley Moore as George, a Mancini-type songwriter. Approaching middle age, George feels as if life is passing him by, especially his sex life. Despite the presence of longtime lady friend Sam (Julie Andrews) in his life, he becomes obsessed from afar with Jenny (Bo Derek), who is engaged to be married. Following her to Mexico without her

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Blake Edwards' 10 stars Dudley Moore as George, a Mancini-type songwriter. Approaching middle age, George feels as if life is passing him by, especially his sex life. Despite the presence of longtime lady friend Sam (Julie Andrews) in his life, he becomes obsessed from afar with Jenny (Bo Derek), who is engaged to be married. Following her to Mexico without her knowledge, George arranges a meeting with Jenny by saving the life of her fiancé, David (Sam Jones). Once he has made her acquaintance, George suddenly finds himself faced with the realities of embarking on such an affair. Beyond renewing the popularity of Maurice Ravel's "Bolero" and turning Bo Derek into a star, upon its release, 10 was one of the most financially successful Blake Edwards films in years.

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All Movie Guide - Robert Firsching
Although best-known today as the film which made Bo Derek a star, this bittersweet sex-comedy rises and falls on the performance of Dudley Moore as a songwriter experiencing a mid-life crisis. Much of the film's humor is of the slapstick variety, as Moore is stung on the nose by a bee during a wedding, repeatedly falls down a hill while trying to answer a phone, and so forth. But the film's real center is Moore's quiet desperation, which is handled with a surprisingly warm and natural touch. The amiable supporting cast includes Julie Andrews, Robert Webber, and Don Calfa, and there's a memorable and funny seduction set to Ravel's Bolero. For all its sex and slapstick, this is a very perceptive film which leaves a wistful trace of sadness behind.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/09/2010
UPC:
0883929155507
Original Release:
1979
Rating:
R
Source:
Warner Home Video
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame, Wide Screen]
Time:
2:03:00
Sales rank:
17,056

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Dudley Moore George Webber
Julie Andrews Samantha 'Sam' Taylor
Bo Derek Jenny Miles
Robert Webber Hugh
Brian Dennehy Don, the bartender
Sam Jones David Hanley
Dee Wallace Mary Lewis
Max Showalter Reverend
Rad Daly Josh
Nedra Volz Mrs. Kissel
James Noble Dr. Fred Miles
Virginia Kiser Ethel Miles
John Hawker Covington
Deborah Rush Dental Assistant
Don Calfa Neighbor
Walter George Alton Larry
Annette Martin Redhead
John Hancock Dr. Croce
Lorry Goldman Bernie Kauffman, TV director
Burke Byrnes Actor
John Chappell Man on Beach
Mari Gorman Waitress
Julia Jennings Actor
Art Kassul Large Man
Victor J. Lopez Actor
Bill Lucking Actor
Arthur Rosenberg Pharmacist
Doug Sheehan Actor
Adrian Aron Party Guest
Gail Bowman Party Guest
Michael Champion Party Guest
Gregory Chase Party Guest
Ellen Clark Party Guest
Antonia Ellis Party Guest
Lynn Farrell Party Guest
Denise Crosby Actor
Jeanetta Arnette Party Guest

Technical Credits
Blake Edwards Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Tony Adams Producer
Reg Allen Set Decoration/Design
Bruce Bisenz Sound/Sound Designer
Fred Cramer Special Effects
Dick Crockett Stunts
Patricia Edwards Costumes/Costume Designer
Henry Mancini Score Composer
Steve Maslow Sound/Sound Designer
Rodger Maus Production Designer
Mickey McCardle Asst. Director
Ben Nye Makeup
Carole Bayer Sager Songwriter
Lynn Stalmaster Casting
Frank Stanley Cinematographer
Jack Stephens Set Decoration/Design
Jack Stevens Set Decoration/Design
Robert Wells Songwriter
Ralph Winters Editor

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- 10
1. Dedication and Credits [1:36]
2. Surprised and Invalided [4:07]
3. Needed: More Emotion [2:20]
4. A Vision [2:52]
5. Trouble Head-On [1:14]
6. Nosy Nuptials [3:01]
7. Two-Way Eyeful [3:37]
8. What is a Broad? [6:42]
9. Crossed Circuits and Short Fuses [3:56]
10. Virgin Vision [1:49]
11. Songwriter of the Cloth [4:47]
12. An Uphill Struggle [3:15]
13. A Real Mouthful [9:04]
14. A Giant Misunderstanding [3:52]
15. Welcome to Las Hadas [5:19]
16. Male Menopause [1:54]
17. Doubles with Don [1:38]
18. Long-Distance Lover, Nearby Beauty [2:33]
19. The Old Songs [4:18]
20. Mary Lewis [4:48]
21. Veterans in the Surf [5:24]
22. George's Fantasy [1:53]
23. George the Hero [5:20]
24. A Melancholy Song [5:24]
25. "Tonight I Spend With You" [4:29]
26. Nothing Fair About That [1:34]
27. Pot and Prokofiev [:59]
28. Doing it to "Bolero" the first time [4:37]
29. "Bolero" II: Hold The Phone [1:27]
30. "Bolero" III: George/Jerry's Problem [3:57]
31. Missed Connections [4:39]
32. "It's Easy to Say" Vocal [3:55]
33. An Iniquitous Arrangement [:37]
34. Focus on Ravel [1:54]

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3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I avoided this movie for years because of Bo Derek, only to find it a delightfully funny movie about Dudley Moore and Julie Andrews dealing with mid-life crisis (his). Not high-brow, just fun!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
After 25 years I finally decided to watch this movie. Bad decision.