Cold Feet (1983)

PG 09/16/1983 (US) RomanceComedy 1h 36m
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Abstinence makes the heart grow fonder.

Overview

Tom Christo is a New York TV writer-director in a dead-end marriage to Leslie. He meets the intriguing Marty Fenton, a research scientist, when she attends a party Tom and his wife give at their home. Even though there is an initial attraction between Tom and Marty, their eventual pairing takes a long time to evolve as each have their own partners (Marty has a boyfriend) and first must go through separation and a series of disastrously failed blind dates.

  1. Bruce Van Dusen

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Griffin Dunne

    Griffin Dunne

    Tom Christo

  2. Blanche Baker

    Blanche Baker

    Leslie Christo

  3. Marissa Chibas

    Marty Fenton

  4. Marc Cronogue

    Bill

  5. Kurt Knudson

    Louis

  6. Joseph Leon

    Joseph Leon

    Harold Fenton

  7. Marcia Jean Kurtz

    Marcia Jean Kurtz

    Psychiatrist

  8. Peter Boyden

    Dr. Birbrower

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Status Released

Original Language English

Budget -

Revenue -

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Content Score

56

We're so close, yet so far.

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