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Unfaithfully Yours (1984)




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This remake of the 1948 Preston Sturges classic stars Dudley Moore as the symphony conductor who imagines ways to get back at the wife he believes is unfaithful to him. Moore plays Claude Eastman, the conductor of a prestigious sympathy, who suspects that his actress wife Daniella (Nastassja Kinski) is fooling around behind his back with the orchestra's handsome soloist, Maxmillian Stein (Armand Assante). The tip comes courtesy of Norman Robbins (Albert Brooks), Daniella's brother. As Claude is conducting a symphony, an elaborate plot plays out in his head -- he will murder his unfaithful wife to get revenge on her. The plot is simpler and more straightforward than the original version, in which the conductor harbored three separate elaborate fantasies.
Comedy , Romance
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20th Century Fox Film Corporation


Nastassja Kinski
as Daniella Eastman
Dudley Moore
as Claude Eastman
Armand Assante
as Maxmillian Stein
Albert Brooks
as Norman Robbins
Cassie Yates
as Carla Robbins
Richard B. Shull
as Jess Keller
Jan Triska
as Jerzy Czyrek
Bernard Behrens
as Bill Lawrence
Leonard Mann
as Screen Lover
Penny Peyser
as Jewelry Salesgirl
Nicholas Mele
as Waiter
Mary Ellen Hokanson
as Lady on 57th Street
Art LaFleur
as Desk Sergeant
Magda Gyenes
as Hungarian Singer
Frederic Franklyn
as Elevator Operator
Alison Price
as Kissing Girl
Frank DiElsi
as Kissing Man
Edward Zammit
as Lobby Attendant
Tony Abatemarco
as Repairman
Daniele Jaimes Worth
as Autograph Seeker
Alexander B. Reed
as Man at Plaza
Ralph Buckley
as Nut Vendor
Steven Hirsch
as Movie Patron
Murray Franklyn
as Movie Patron
Betty Shabazz
as Woman at Plaza
Ed Van Nuys
as Doorman
Robin Allyn
as Teenager at Plaza
Ricky Paull Goldin
as Teenagers with Mask
Evan Hollister Miranda
as Teenagers with Mask
Elana Beth Rutenberg
as Teenagers with Mask
Rochelle L. Kravit
as Woman Patron
Linda Stayer
as Woman in Mink
Bob Larkin
as Security Guard
Kim Leslie
as Ballet Dancer
Camille Hagen
as Trixie
Mary Alan Hokanson
as Lady on 57th Street
Jacque Foti
as Maitre D'
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Critic Reviews for Unfaithfully Yours

All Critics (10)

The remake of 'Unfaithfully Yours' is just a shadow of its source, using the basic plot and characters, but diluting Sturges's ideas.

Full Review… | June 12, 2013
Christian Science Monitor

A slow trickle of a sex farce; a movie that's not exactly awful, although it is exceedingly dry and consistently desperate.

Full Review… | May 17, 2005

The end of a great career.

December 21, 2004
Greenwich Village Gazette

Pointless, charmless remake of the Preston Sturges classic.

November 20, 2003
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

Audience Reviews for Unfaithfully Yours


★★1/2 (out of four) A remake of the 1948 film of the same name which starred Rex Harrison and Linda Darnell. This one emphasizes silly comedy and meager mystery over any real substance. Dudley Moore plays Claude Eastman, the conductor of a prestigious city symphony. His beautiful wife, Daniella (Nastassja Kinski), is an actress. Claude starts to believe that she is having an affair with a member of his symphony, so he plots of ways to get his revenge on her. Fun to a point, but also very forgettable. Nowhere near the earlier version. [IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v48/Zeppo1/Unfaithfullyyours_zps0681cddd.jpg[/IMG]

Steve Smith
Steve Smith

[size=2]I'm beginning the rather lengthy task of entering into the database every film I have seen, at least those I have a decent memory of. Some may have the briefest of reviews while many will just have a number. Those films that I consider personal favorites and/or those that have some historical signficance I will add later when I have time for more lengthy reviews. [b]Triumph of the Spirit[/b], directed by Robert M. Young, stars Willem Dafoe as Salamo Arouch, a Jewish boxer imprisoned in Auschwitz during WWII. Arouch is supposed to be exterminated, but is given one chance to live, by boxing. Each bout he wins will prolong his life. Dafoe is in fine form here, but the film is merely average. Notable as the first feature filmed on location at Auschwitz. [b]Taps[/b], directed by Harold Becker, is a drama about a military school threatened to be demolished by a real estate company. The students decide to arm themselves to fight off any "invaders". Although the story is farfetched, this film is fairly entertaining due to it's strong cast. Veteran actor George C. Scott runs the academy, but the film is most notable for it's young cast which includes Sean Penn, Tom Cruise, and Timothy Hutton. [b]Tap[/b], directed by Nick Castle Jr., stars Gregory Hines as the convict son of a famous dancer. The plot is thin, but the dancing is great. Also features Sammy Davis Jr., Steve Condos, Jimmy Slyde, and Joe Morton. [b]Uncommon Valor[/b], directed by Ted Kotcheff, is an action movie about a rescue of POW's. It's terribly cliched and predictable. Stars Gene Hackman, Robert Stack, Patrick Swayze, and Fred Ward. [b]Unfaithfully Yours[/b] is the rather uninspired remake of the Preston Sturges classic. This version, directed by Howard Zieff, stars Dudley Moore, Natassja Kinski, Armand Assante and Albert Brooks. [/size]

Jennifer Allison
Jennifer Allison

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