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The Other Lover

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The Other Lover
GenreDrama
Written byDeborah Amelon(story) (as Deborah Amelon-Huddy)
Robert Kosberg (story)
Judith Parker
Larry A. Thompson (story)
Directed byRobert Ellis Miller
StarringLindsay Wagner
Jack Scalia
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Production
Executive producerLarry A. Thompson
ProducerHugh Benson
CinematographyFred Koenekamp (as Fred J. Koenekamp)
EditorJ. Terry Williams
Running time100 min.
Production companiesLarry A. Thompson Productions
Columbia Pictures Television
DistributorCBS
Release
Original networkCBS
Original release
  • September 24, 1985 (1985-09-24)

The Other Lover is a 1985 American made-for-television drama film directed by Robert Ellis Miller and executive produced by Larry A. Thompson.

Plot

Jack Hollander is a novelist, infuriated with his publicists for putting a soft-porn cover on his latest novel. He confronts marketing director Claire Fielding and demands to know what the cover has to do with the book itself. She admits she didn't read the book before deciding what cover should be used, but assures him it will only help selling the book.

Despite of their strong different opinions, they are drawn to each other and start a romance. The problem is Claire is already married to Peter and has two children, Alson and Maggie. Claire is torn between choosing Jack and Peter. With Peter, she has a steady and quite happy marriage. However, the romance has been gone for a long time and all they do is worry about the bills and children. If she chooses Jack, she has a passionate and rejuvenating affair, without assurance of what the future will offer.[1]

Release

The movie debuted on the CBS on the evening of Tuesday, September 24, 1985.[1]

Cast

References

  1. ^ a b O'Connor, John J. (24 September 1985). The New York Times TV REVIEWS; 'OTHER LOVER' ON CBS

External links

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