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A Guide for the Married Woman

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(ABC, 10/13/1978, 120 mins). A comedy about a housewife who rebels against being taken for granted by her husband and dreams about finding new romantic adventures in her life. Cybill Shepherd made her television film debut as the star of this semi sequel to writer Frank Tarloff’s 1967 movie “A Guide for the Married Man.”

Production Company Twentieth Century Fox Television. Director Hy Averback. Producer Lee Miller. Teleplay Frank Tarloff. Based on a Story by Frank Tarloff, Jerry Rainbow, Jewel Jaffe. Photography Ric Waite. Music Allyn Ferguson, Jack Elliot. Song “Nothing Stays the Same” performed by Maureen McGovern. Editor Samuel E. Beetley. Art Director David M Haber.

Cast Cybill Shepherd (Julie), Charles Frank (Jerry), John Hillerman (Marvin), Elaine Joyce (Helen), Richard Kelton (Everett Hemming/Fantasy Man), Peter Marshall (Fred Hurley), Eve Arden (Employment lady), John Beradino (Doctor), John Byner (Elevator man), Mary Crosby (Eloise), Bill Dana (Ed Small), Bonnie Franklin (Shirley), George Gobel (Hallway man), Bernie Kopell (Bill), Tom Poston (Marty Gibson), Sarah Purcell (Marsha), Bob Seagren (Chuck/pool cleaner), Chuck Woolery (Tennis pro), Barbara Feldon (Maggie), Carmen Zapata (Mrs. Garcia), Dick Yarmy (Harry), Steven Monde (Arnold), Allison Balson (Debby), Sarina C. Grant (2nd nurse), John Aprea (Waiter), Danny Wells (Cracked crab waiter), Snag Werris (Motel owner).

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