Malibu (film)

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Malibu title screen
Directed by E.W. Swackhamer
Produced by Robert Hamner
Jack Leewood
Peter Thompson
Written by Elliott Baker (writer)
William Murray (novel)
Starring Susan Dey
Kim Novak
James Coburn
Richard Mulligan
Eva Marie Saint
Troy Donahue
Chad Everett
Jenilee Harrison
Valerie Perrine
Ann Jillian
George Hamilton
Edited by J. Terry Williams
Distributed by ABC
Columbia Pictures Television
Release dates
January 23, 1983 (USA)
Running time
240 min (including commercials)
Country United States
Language English

Malibu is a 1983 television film, based on a novel by William Murray. Featuring Kim Novak, Susan Dey, Troy Donahue and James Coburn, the all star miniseries involves a young couple from Milwaukee, who move into the fabled, high-society Malibu beach community, and become involved with the lives of the various people living in the community.[1]



  1. ^ Goodman, Walter (January 23, 1983). "TV: 'MALIBU,' FOUR HOURS, TWO PARTS". The New York Times. 

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