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Sunday in New York


Jane Fonda, Rod Taylor, Cliff Robertson, Robert Culp View All


Peter Tewksbury (Director), Norman Krasna (Screenplay) View All

Release: Nov. 13th, 1963
Runtime: 1 hour, 45 minutes
An innocent upstarter visits her airline pilot brother and meets a stranger she tries to seduce.
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Fonda and Robinson had some comedy experience but this was definitely new territory for Taylor and Culp and I think that's why their performances worked as well, because they weren't mining laughs, they were just playing the characters as written and let the laughs develop from the characters...Tayl....