Secrets of a Married Man

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Secrets of a Married Man
Genre Drama
Written by Dennis Nemec
Directed by William A. Graham
Starring William Shatner
Michelle Phillips
Cybill Shepherd
Composer(s) Mark Snow
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 1
Production
Executive producer(s) Tristine Rainer
Producer(s) R.W. Goodwin
Dennis Nemec
Judith A. Polone
Editor(s) Ronald J. Fagan
Cinematography Robert Steadman
Running time 100 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel NBC
Picture format Film
Original airing 1984

Secrets of a Married Man is a 1984 made for television movie starring William Shatner as Chris Jordan, a man going through a mid life crisis. His wife, Katie (Michelle Phillips) is attractive however after having three children they have lost the prior intimacy in their relationship.[1] Chris begins seeing prostitutes, but after a series of scares involving a sexually transmitted disease and a close scrape with a police sting, he decides to stop and instead attempt to repair his relationship with his wife. While shopping for lingerie as a gift for his wife, he is approached by Elaine (Cybill Shepherd), another prostitute, and Chris begins an intense relationship with her, resulting in an emotional attachment. Eventually, his dual life begins to unravel as he encounters problems from Elaine's pimp and attempts to hide his behavior from his family.

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  1. ^ "Secrets of a Married Man : Overview". MSN Entertainment. Retrieved 25 February 2012. 

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