The Lady from Yesterday
|The Lady from Yesterday|
|Directed by||Robert Day|
|Music by||Mark Snow|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producer(s)||Barry J. Weitz|
|Producer(s)||William J. Hole Jr.|
|Cinematography||R. Michael Stringer|
|Running time||120 min.|
Hearst Entertainment Productions
Houston Lady Productions
|Original release||May 14, 1985|
A man who has a wife and two daughters has everything he ever wanted: money, power and a great career. But then one day, his life turned upside down when a woman he had an affair with and has never seen since his army days in Vietnam showed up. She called him and asked him to caretake her son due to the fact that she is dying. Now he's risking & fighting for everything just to convince his current family & boss to take him in.
- Wayne Rogers as Craig Weston
- Bonnie Bedelia as Janet Weston
- Pat Hingle as Jim Bartlett
- Barrie Youngfellow as Rita Bartlett
- Blue Deckert as Sam Horton
- Bryan Price as Quan
- Tina Chen as Lien
- Ruth Kobart as Ida
- Paul Menzel as Howard Ames
- Nicole Benton as Kimberly Weston
- KaRan Neff Reed as Abby Weston
- Beulah Quo as Mai Ling Luong
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- Scott, Tony (May 22, 1985). "The Lady from Yesterday". Variety (319). p. 59, 66.
- Anderson, Jon (May 14, 1985). "‘Lady from Yesterday’ is rescued by its cast". Chicago Tribune: Tempo. p. 5.
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