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Jack Nicholson, Ann-Margaret, Art Garfunkel and Candice Bergen star in this shattering, bitterly humorous film examining the sexual triumphs and disasters of two American men from college days into their 40's. Written by Jules Feiffer, directed by Mike Nichols.

Year: 1971
Genre: Drama
Country: USA
Director: Mike Nichols
Starring: Jack Nicholson, Candice Bergen, Art Garfunkel, Ann-Margret , Rita Moreno, Cynthia O'Neal, Carol Kane
Duration: 94 Minutes
Rating: R16
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Location in store: Drama

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