Frankie and Johnny Are Married

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Frankie and Johnny Are Married
Frankie and Johnny Are Married.jpg
Directed by Michael Pressman
Produced by Alice West
Written by Michael Pressman
Starring Michael Pressman
Lisa Chess
Alan Rosenberg
Stephen Tobolowsky
Jillian Armenante
Music by Don Peake
Cinematography Jacek Laskus
Edited by Jeff Freeman
Michael Rafferty
Distributed by IFC Films (Theatrical)
Screen Media Films (Home media)
Release date
  • November 8, 2003 (2003-11-08)
Running time
95 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $22,900[1]

Frankie and Johnny Are Married is a 2003 comedy film written and directed by Michael Pressman, starring Pressman as well as Lisa Chess and Alan Rosenberg. The film chronicles the troubles a producer has trying to mount a production of the Terrence McNally play, Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune. The production is beset by one problem after another, including a hard to handle male lead (Rosenberg). This eventually leads Pressman to take on the male lead role himself.



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