Sibling Rivalry (film)
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Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Carl Reiner|
|Produced by||Liz Glotzer
|Written by||Martha Goldhirsh|
|Music by||Jack Elliott|
|Edited by||Bud Molin|
Castle Rock Entertainment
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|Running time||88 minutes|
|Box office||$17,854,930 (USA)|
Marjorie Turner has been married for eight years and is tired of her husband Harry's neglect and his snooty relatives, most of them doctors. One day her sister, Jeanine, urges her to break out of her rut and have a fling.
At a grocery store, Marjorie allows herself to be picked up for a quick sexual tryst. Unfortunately, her lover dies during the act. Even more unfortunately, the dead man turns out to be Harry's long-absent brother.
Complications ensue, some of them involving a blinds salesman -- not a blind one, but a man who sells vertical blinds -- named Meany who feels responsible for the man's death, as well as Meany's brother, a police officer investigating the case.
- Kirstie Alley as Marjorie Turner
- Jami Gertz as Jeanine
- Bill Pullman as Nicholas Meany
- Ed O'Neill as Wilbur Meany
- Carrie Fisher as Iris
- Scott Bakula as Harry Turner
- Frances Sternhagen as Rose Turner
- John Randolph as Charles Turner, Sr.
- Sam Elliott as Charles Turner, Jr.
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