I Take These Men Trailer

I Take These Men Trailer (1983)

05 January 1983 TV Movie 100 mins

Moments before being surprised at an anniversary garden party thrown by her husband and their family and friends, Carol Sherwood shocks him by saying she wants a divorce and during the course of the party, she has three separate fantasies with three different men in attendance of being married to them. The first is with egotistical real estate magnate Craig Wyler. The second is with milquetoast English professor David Koenig. The third is with her best friend Elaine's husband Phil.

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Cast

Susan Saint James

as Carol Sherwood

John Rubinstein

as David Koenig

James Murtaugh

as Dr. Stuart Sherwood

Adam West

as Craig Wyler

Dee Wallace

as Elaine Zakarian

Brian Dennehy

as Phil Zakarian

International Releases Dates

United States 05 January 1983

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