The Woman in Red (1984)

PG-13  |   |  Comedy, Romance


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On his way to work, Teddy spots Charlotte, an incredibly beautiful Woman in Red. He really wants to meet her, but what would his wife say?


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  • Kelly LeBrock in The Woman in Red (1984)
  • Gene Wilder and Kelly LeBrock in The Woman in Red (1984)
  • Gene Wilder in The Woman in Red (1984)
  • Gilda Radner in The Woman in Red (1984)
  • Sandra Wilder in The Woman in Red (1984)

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Trivia

The film was adapted from the French film Pardon Mon Affaire (1976). Gene Wilder adapted an Italian film, "The White Sheik" (The White Sheik (1952)), as The World's Greatest Lover (1977).


Quotes

Charlotte: Come and get it, cowboy!


Goofs

When Gene Wilder's character is backing into his parking space after standing up Gilda Radner's character, he appears to be looking into a rear view mirror in the car but when Gilda's character approaches to damage his car, there is no rear view mirror in the car. There was a rear view mirror in the previous scene involving the car, as well as the next scene involving the car. Also, later in the film the rear view mirror disappears once more when Teddy is driving with Buddy.

Storyline

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Genres

Comedy | Romance

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