Ted and Venus

(1991)
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Ted is a 1970s Venice Beach poet who spends his days drifting along the boardwalk, reciting his poetry to anyone who will listen. His life changes when a bikini-clad beauty named Linda strolls by him. Instantly, Ted believes he's found his "Venus" and becomes obsessed with Linda. He tries to woo her with poetry, obscene phone calls and romantic overtures, all to disastrous effect.

  1. Bud Cort

    Director, Writer

  2. Paul Ciotti

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Bud Cort

    Bud Cort

    Ted

  2. James Brolin

    James Brolin

    Max

  3. Kim Adams

    Linda

  4. Carol Kane

    Carol Kane

    Colette

  5. Brian Thompson

    Brian Thompson

    Herb

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Original Title Ted & Venus

Status Released

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  • August 8, 1991
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 40m

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