Sunday Lovers

(1980)
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Overview

A sex comedy anthology containing four stories, each from a different country (England, France, USA and Italy). "An Englishman's Home" "The French Method" "Armando's Notebook" "Skippy"

  1. Bryan Forbes

    Director

  2. Édouard Molinaro

    Director

  3. Dino Risi

    Director

  4. Gene Wilder

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Roger Moore

    Roger Moore

    Harry Lindon (sketch 'Maître en la demeure')

  2. Lino Ventura

    Lino Ventura

    François Quérole (sketch 'La méthode française')

  3. Ugo Tognazzi

    Ugo Tognazzi

    Armando (sketch 'Le carnet d'Armando')

  4. Gene Wilder

    Gene Wilder

    Skippy (sketch 'Skippy')

  5. Lynn Redgrave

    Lynn Redgrave

    Lady Davina (sketch 'Maître en la demeure')

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Sunday Lovers
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Facts

Original Title Les séducteurs

Status Released

Release Information

  • February 27, 1981
    Theatrical (limited)

    Meaning

Original Language French

Runtime 2h 5m

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