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One is a Lonely Number(1972)

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  • Yes, We Need a DVD

    • Chris Kuykendall
    • 9/28/14

    I'm back to 1968 on my movie catch-up, about 45-65 movies a year, close to half and half U.S. and foreign. This is #3 on my list of American movies for 1968-present that need to be released on DVD, behind only Ruby in Paradise and Conrack at #'s 1 and 2 and ahead of Give 'em Hell, Harry, The Big Fix, The Happy Ending, and Only When I Laugh at #'s 4 through 7. I suspect that George C. Scott and Melvyn Douglas would agree with me on this DVD need.

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    • joan dalton
    • 4/22/14

    another great movie!waiting for it to come out on dvd to purchase!

  • A gem....

    • gary d
    • 8/2/08

    A beautiful little movie that preceded An Unmarried Woman by just a few years. Trish Van Devere is lovely as a woman who's husband walks out on their marriage leaving her confused and shattered. She slowly tries to rebuild her life with the help of friends and a new man in her life. Deserves to be seen and a shame that it's never been released on dvd.

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