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Heartsounds
GenreDrama
Based onMartha Weinman Lear
(Based on the Book)
Written byFay Kanin
(Written for Television by)
Directed byGlenn Jordan
StarringMary Tyler Moore
James Garner
Music byLeonard Rosenman
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Production
Executive producer(s)Norman Lear
Producer(s)Fern Field
Fay Kanin
CinematographyRichard Ciupka
Editor(s)John Wright
Running time128 minutes
Production company(s)Embassy Pictures
Embassy Television
DistributorStudioCanal
Sony Pictures
Sony Pictures Television
Release
Original networkABC
Picture formatColor
Audio formatMono
Original release
  • September 30, 1984 (1984-09-30)

Heartsounds is a 1984 American made-for-television drama film directed by Glenn Jordan and starring Mary Tyler Moore and James Garner.[1][2][3]

Plot

New York urologist Harold Lear gets a taste of his own medicine when he suffers a heart attack and is confronted with a medical institution which does not seem equipped to help. Wife Martha steps in to fight the system and get a measure of service and compassion. Ultimately the greatest battle is not waged against the medical profession, however, but against Lear's own failing body his own mortal fears.

Cast

  • Mary Tyler Moore as Martha Weinman Lear
  • James Garner as Harold Lear
  • Sam Wanamaker as Moe Silverman
  • Wendy Crewson as Judy
  • David Gardner as Barney Knapp
  • Carl Marotte as Michael
  • Wayne Best as Intern 'Lover'
  • Anthony Bishop as Proprietor
  • David Bolt as Psychoanalyst
  • David Clement as Dr. Bell
  • Beverly Cooper as Nurse 'Lark'
  • Eve Crawford as Ruth Nathanson
  • Sandy Crawley as Chief Resident
  • Marvin Goldhar as Mr. Weinman
  • Lynne Gorman as Mrs. Bailey
  • Patricia Hamilton as Flo
  • Tom Harvey as Walter Simon
  • Meg Hogarth as Estelle
  • Cec Linder as Dr. Lorber
  • Doris Petrie as Mrs. Weinman
  • Steve Petrie as Chet
  • Maida Rogerson as Annie
  • Michael J. Reynolds as Dr. Roberts
  • Françoise Vallée as Neurologist
  • Paul Vincent as Doorman Fred
  • Jimmy Williams as Carl (as Jim Williams)
  • George E. Zeeman as Dr. Gross (as George Zeeman)

See also

References

  1. ^ Lear, Martha Weinman. Heartsounds. New York: Simon & Schuster. 1980. ISBN 0-671-24329-2
  2. ^ Stoler, Peter. "Diagnoses" - Time Magazine - Monday, June 30, 1980
  3. ^ Heartsounds - at IMDb

External links


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