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Foreign Affairs (1993)

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Foreign Affairs was adapted from the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Alison Lurie. Joanne Woodward plays Vinnie Miner, a college professor on sabbatical in England. While still on the plane, Vinnie makes the acquaintance of hard-hat tourist Chuck Mumpson (Brian Dennehy). Though she isn't too fond of Chuck's coarse, vulgar behavior, she finds him somehow fascinating. Likewise, Chuck is turned off by Vinnie's nose-in-the-air sophistication, but he's turned on by her. By the time the two of them have hit London, their mutual attraction has blossomed into love--much to the horror of their respective friends and family. Eric Stolz, Stephanie Beacham and Ian Richardson co-star in this made-for-cable confection, which first aired March 17, 1993, over the TNT channel.
Rating:
PG
Genre:
Drama , Romance
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Studio:
Turner Home Entertainment

Cast

Joanne Woodward
as Vinnie Miner
Brian Dennehy
as Chuck Mumpson
Rowena Cooper
as Mrs. Simpkins
Sam Cox
as Airport Official
Eileen Davies
as Fortnum's Cashier
Julian Firth
as Burberry's Assistant
Alex Kingston
as Actress
Hugh Millais
as Sir Thomas Fellowes
Robert Oates
as Redcap
Roger Brierley
as Mr. Simpkins
Geoffrey Beevers
as Fortnum's Assistant
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