How to Break Up a Happy Divorce

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How to Break Up a Happy Divorce
Genre Comedy
Written by Gerald Gardner
Dee Caruso
Directed by Jerry Paris
Starring Barbara Eden
Hal Linden
Peter Bonerz
Marcia Rodd
Music by Nelson Riddle
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Executive producer(s) Charles W. Fries
Producer(s) Dee Caruso
Gerald Gardner
Cinematography Richard A. Kelley
Editor(s) Bud Molin
Robert Moore
Running time 74 minutes
Production company(s) Charles Fries Productions
Distributor NBC
Release
Original network NBC
Original release October 6, 1976 (1976-10-06)

How To Break Up A Happy Divorce is a 1976 American made-for-television comedy film starring Barbara Eden and Peter Bonerz, written and produced by writer partners, Gerald Gardner and Dee Caruso. It was broadcast on NBC on October 6, 1976.[1][2]

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Ellen (Barbara Eden) and Carter (Peter Bonerz) used to be married, but are now divorced. Ellen is jealous of the woman Carter is dating, so her friend Eve (Marcia Rodd) advises her to try to make him jealous. She gets involved with Tony (Hal Linden), a handsome man-about-town.

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