A Guide for the Married Woman

Overview

The made-for-TV Guide for the Married Woman was conceived by screenwriter Frank Tarloff as an "answer" to his frolicsome 1968 theatrical feature Guide for the Married Man. If the sequel isn't quite as much fun as the original, it may be because what was deemed "risque" in 1968 was kid's stuff in 1978. In her TV-movie debut, Cybill Shepherd plays a bored housewife who yearns for romance and excitement. With the help of a steady stream of celebrity guest stars, Shepherd is able to fantasize about extramarital ...
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Overview

The made-for-TV Guide for the Married Woman was conceived by screenwriter Frank Tarloff as an "answer" to his frolicsome 1968 theatrical feature Guide for the Married Man. If the sequel isn't quite as much fun as the original, it may be because what was deemed "risque" in 1968 was kid's stuff in 1978. In her TV-movie debut, Cybill Shepherd plays a bored housewife who yearns for romance and excitement. With the help of a steady stream of celebrity guest stars, Shepherd is able to fantasize about extramarital hijinks to her heart's content. The supporting cast includes such luminaries as Peter Marshall, Eve Arden, John Beradino, John Byner, Bill Dana, Bonnie Franklin, George Gobel, Tom Poston, Barbara Feldon and Chuck Woolery the guest-star list of the original Guide for the Married Man included Art Carney, Jack Benny, Lucille Ball, Carl Reiner, Terry-Thomas, Joey Bishop and Jayne Mansfield: guess which film had the bigger budget? Guide for the Married Woman originally aired October 13, 1978.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/10/2007
  • UPC: 024543432807
  • Original Release: 1978
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  • Source: 20th Century Fox
  • Region Code: 1
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:36:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 79,219

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Guide for a Married Woman
1. Main Titles/Happier Tunes [4:42]
2. Ordinary and Routine [5:04]
3. Three at the Outside [5:57]
4. Victories [3:40]
5. The Dream [4:06]
6. The Affair Club [6:21]
7. Pointers From an Expert [5:59]
8. Keeping Herself Occupied [7:50]
9. The Buildup [3:33]
10. Nothing Stays the Same [2:04]
11. Like a Bee to a Flower [6:06]
12. Everybody's Doing It [3:58]
13. Bill's Advances [3:27]
14. Dinner Plans [4:14]
15. Date Night [3:59]
16. Undercover [5:38]
17. Operation Idiot [3:58]
18. Everett Hemming [5:42]
19. Coming Clean [7:55]
20. End Titles [:50]
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