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Married to It

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Arthur Hiller directed this comedy/drama concerning three couples, thrown together by fate, who become friendly and help each other through their marriage difficulties. Claire Cybill Shepherd and Leo Ron Silver are a wealthy couple having trouble with a daughter from a previous marriage. John Beau Bridges and Iris Stockard Channing are a couple from the '60s who have weathered a relationship involving sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll. Chuck Robert Sean Leonard, a securities analyst, and Nina Mary Stuart Masterson, a...
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Overview

Arthur Hiller directed this comedy/drama concerning three couples, thrown together by fate, who become friendly and help each other through their marriage difficulties. Claire Cybill Shepherd and Leo Ron Silver are a wealthy couple having trouble with a daughter from a previous marriage. John Beau Bridges and Iris Stockard Channing are a couple from the '60s who have weathered a relationship involving sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll. Chuck Robert Sean Leonard, a securities analyst, and Nina Mary Stuart Masterson, a child psychologist, are newlyweds needing guidance through the pitfalls of married life. The couples meet on a committee formed at a PTA meeting. They find they like each other and invite each other to dinner parties. As they meet and talk with one another, they reveal their problems and help each other.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/1/2003
  • UPC: 883904129080
  • Original Release: 1993
  • Source: Mgm (Video & Dvd)
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Beau Bridges John Morden
Stockard Channing Iris Morden
Robert Sean Leonard Chuck Bishop
Mary Stuart Masterson Nina Bishop
Cybill Shepherd Claire Laurent
Ron Silver Leo Rothenberg
Don Francks Sol Chamberlain
Nathaniel Moreau Kenny Morden
Diane D'Aquila Madeleine Rothenberg
Chris Wiggins Dave
Paul Gross Jeremy Brimfield
Gerry Bamman Arthur Everson
Djanet Sears Mrs. Foster
George Sperdakos Murray
Larry Reynolds Mullaney
Edward I. Koch Himself
Louis di Bianco Romero
George Guidall Lawyer
John Ottavino Lawyer
David L. King Newscaster
Nancy Cser Blonde at Ballet
Charles Kerr Banker
Howard Jerome Burly Mover
Marilyn Boyle Older Woman
Philip Akin Limo Driver
Gregory Jbara Cafe Waiter
Silvio Oliviero Trendy Waiter
Larry Aubrey Arresting Officer
Harry Booker Arresting Officer
Garfield Andrews Reporter
Heather Brown Student in Pageant
Technical Credits
Arthur Hiller Director
Thomas Baer Producer
Beverly Carr Makeup
Howard Feuer Casting
Robert Gundlach Production Designer
Peter V. Herald Executive Producer
Erica Hiller Associate Producer
John Jacobs Executive Producer
Robert Jones Editor
Victor J. Kemper Cinematographer
Janet Kovalcik Associate Producer, Screenwriter
Henry Mancini Score Composer
Gordon Sim Set Decoration/Design
Julie Weiss Costumes/Costume Designer
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