Don't Tell Her It's Me
|Don't Tell Her It's Me|
|Directed by||Malcolm Mowbray|
|Produced by||George G. Braunstein|
|Written by||Sarah Bird|
|September 20, 1990|
Don't Tell Her It's Me (also known as The Boyfriend School) is a 1990 comedy film starring Shelley Long, Steve Guttenberg, and Jami Gertz. The film was directed by Malcolm Mowbray and written by Sarah Bird (adapted from her novel, The Boyfriend School).
Gus Kubicek (played by Guttenberg) is a depressed and overweight cartoonist who recently won a battle against Hodgkin’s disease. His caring sister Lizzie Potts (Long), a nosy romance novelist, responds to his sadness by trying to set him up with a suitable woman. Yet to do so she must make him seem more dynamic and attractive. When Gus falls in love with Emily (Gertz), he adopts the persona of Lobo Marunga, a leather-clad biker from New Zealand.
- Shelley Long as Lizzie Potts
- Steve Guttenberg as Gus Kubicek
- Jami Gertz as Emily Pear
- Kyle MacLachlan as Trout
- Mädchen Amick as Mandy
- Kevin Scannell as Mitchell Potts
- Beth Grant as Babette
- Caroline Lund & Sally Lund as Annabelle Potts
- Maslin, Janet (1990-09-21). "Review, Don’t Tell Her It’s Me, New York Times, 21 September 1990". movies.nytimes.com. Retrieved 2010-11-09.
- "BIRD'S WORDS by Jennifer C. Shenk". moxiemag.com. Retrieved 2010-11-09.
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