Divorce American Style1967
Divorce American Style (1967)
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as Richard Harmon
as Barbara Harmon
as Nancy Downes
as Nelson Downes
as Al Yearling
as Lionel Blandsforth
as David Grieff
as Dr. Zenwinn
as Dede Murphy
as Fern Blandsforth
as Larry Strickland
as Mark Harmon
as Jonathan Harmon
Critic Reviews for Divorce American Style
The charm of this film is in its low-key approach. The plot isn't milked for humor or pathos: Both emerge naturally from familiar situations.
It actually has something truthful to say about the way we live now and says it with a savagery of tone that runs completely counter to the warm, babbling, socially meaningless flow of our comic mainstream.
Undoubtedly, the movie's makers sat down to several screenings of Divorce Italian Style with pencils and pads in hand and mapped out American counterpart situations. But the ideas do gain in the American translation.
Audience Reviews for Divorce American Style
A really fantastic cast manages to producer a really okay movie. DAS is not with out it's moments, but it pales in comparison to the Italian original.
A good cast, but you can tell from the title and plot that this is supposed to be the American take on the film Divorce Italian Style, which was a much better movie. This movie isn't all that funny, but it has a good cast.
Divorce American Style Quotes
|Richard Harmon:||Why do we have to go through that again? So you've been divorced for eight years. You've dated a lot of guys.|
|Richard Harmon:||So, why can't this be like all the others? Why does it have to be different? Why pick on me?|
|Nancy Downes:||Cuz this time I care. So Richard, we have to move this to the next plateau.|
|Barbara Harmon:||17 years since I dated - but believe me nothings changed, Doctor. After 10,000 packs of cigarettes men just breathe heavier, that's all. They still don't know which things hook and which things snap, thank heavens.|
|Dr. Zenwinn:||I'm not sure I understand about the "thank heavens". We expect men to be uh, stimulated by the women they take out. Don't we?|
|Lionel Blandsforth:||This man's in trouble, he's got big problems in his marriage.|
|Dede Murphy:||Who hasn't?|
|Lionel Blandsforth:||He was married when he was 19. Seventeen years later, look at him, still 19!|
|Dede Murphy:||So? Since when do men grow up? They just grow old. Know what I call this apartment sometimes? Boys Town.|