Scruples

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Overview

Adapted from the Judith Krantz novel of the same name, the CBS miniseries Scruples zeroes in on a trendy, upscale Beverly Hills boutique. The guiding force behind the Scruples shop is beautiful Billy Ikelhorn Lindsay Wagner, who, though born into grinding poverty, had risen to the uppermost rungs of L.A. society by virtue of her marriage to millionaire Ellis Ikelhorn Efrem Zimbalist Jr.. When her husband dies after a long illness, Billy compensates for her grief by becoming a Boadicea of the fashion industry. Her...
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Overview

Adapted from the Judith Krantz novel of the same name, the CBS miniseries Scruples zeroes in on a trendy, upscale Beverly Hills boutique. The guiding force behind the Scruples shop is beautiful Billy Ikelhorn Lindsay Wagner, who, though born into grinding poverty, had risen to the uppermost rungs of L.A. society by virtue of her marriage to millionaire Ellis Ikelhorn Efrem Zimbalist Jr.. When her husband dies after a long illness, Billy compensates for her grief by becoming a Boadicea of the fashion industry. Her personal and professional life is entangled with those of her closest associates, fashion photographer Spider Elliott Barry Bostwick and designer Valentine O'Neill Marie-France Pisier. Originally telecast in six two-hour episodes on February 25, 26, and 28, 1980, Scruples proved popular enough to warrant a 1981 TV-movie sequel, starring Shelley Smith as Billy, Dirk Benedict as Spider and Olga Karlatos as Valentine.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/19/2010
  • UPC: 883316228050
  • Original Release: 1980
  • Rating:

  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Time: 4:39:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 25,570

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Lindsay Wagner Billy Ikehorn
Barry Bostwick Spider Elliott
Marie-France Pisier Valentine O'Neill
Efrem Zimbalist Jr. Ellis Ikehorn
Connie Stevens Maggie McGregor
Nick Mancuso Vito Orsini
Gene Tierney Harriet Toppingham
Kim Cattrall Melanie Adams
Gavin MacLeod Curt Arvey
Robert Reed Josh Hillman
Louise Latham Mary Ann Evans
Genevieve Lilianne de Vertdulac
Michael Callan Alan Wilton
Gary Graham Jake Cassidy
Sarah Marshall Susan Arvey
Milton Selzer Sid Amos
Paul Carr Pat O'Byrnne
John Hancock Lt. Tony Bakersmith
Anna Lee Aunt Wilhelmina
Lelia Goldoni Joanne Hillman
George Gaynes John Prince
Francois-Marie Benard Edouard
Carol O'Leary Faye
Walker Edmiston Jonathan Dorman
Gino de Fulgentis Sergio
Doris Dowling Sally Reuters
Robert Clarke Clem Fuery
Jan Clayton Mrs. Elliott
Murphy Cross Dolly Moon
Gloria Le Roy Rosie
John deLancie Pierre Goodman
Lynda Costanzo Jessica
Berry Berenson Receptionist
Eloise Hardt La Comtesse
Evelyn Kuhn Lucia
Gregg Enton Party Bum
Joy Claussen Secretary
Walt Davis Police Officer
Bert Wood Hank Sanders
Kim Genelle Beth
Michael Heit Donald Grimm
Buck Young Apartment Doorman
Laurie Main Scruples Doorman
Sheryl Simmons Tami
Chuck Todd Sandy
Stanley Brock Theater Manager
Bill Quinn Judge Riddle
Michael Greene Craft Services Man
Bruce Reed Damon Kennedy
Technical Credits
Robert Day Director
Alan J. Levi Director
Charles Bernstein Score Composer
Joseph Biroc Cinematographer
Howard S. Deane Editor
Erwin Dumbrille Editor
Ron Foreman Art Director
Leonard B. Kaufman Producer
Steve Krantz Producer
James Lee Teleplay
Paul R. Picard Executive Producer
Ron Samuels Producer
Frank Taylor-Smith Art Director
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  • Posted May 17, 2011

    fantastic

    warner's archive collection gets a standing ovation with releasing the classic 1980 miniseries scruples. lindsay wagner, barry bostwick, and marie france pisier are all in top form in this glitzy tale of life in beverly hills and hollywood.

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