First Love Trailer

First Love Trailer (1977)

"Why doesn't anyone tell you there's a difference between making love and being in love?" 08 August 1977 Drama, Romance 92 mins

Golden-haired college soccer player William Katt falls hard for campus beauty Susan Dey, despite the fact that she's the mistress of an older, married attorney.

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William Katt

as Elgin Smith

Susan Dey

as Caroline Hedges

John Heard

as David Bonner

Robert Loggia

as John March

Virginia Leith

as Anne March

Swoosie Kurtz

as Marsha

Tom Lacy

as Prof. Oxton

Judy Kerr

as Secretary

June Barrett

as Felicia


John Barry

Original Music Composer

Bobby Byrne

Bobby Byrne Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

United States 08 August 1977

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