Those Lips, Those Eyes

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Those Lips, Those Eyes
Those Lips, Those Eyes (1980) poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Michael Pressman
Produced by Herb Jaffe
Steven-Charles Jaffe
Michael Pressman
Edward A. Teets
Written by David Shaber
Starring Frank Langella
Glynnis O'Connor
Tom Hulce
Music by Michael Small
Cinematography Bobby Byrne
Edited by Millie Moore
Distributed by United Artists
Release date
August 15, 1980
Running time
105 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $804,713[1]

Those Lips, Those Eyes is a 1980 romantic comedy film directed by Michael Pressman, starring Frank Langella, Glynnis O'Connor, and Tom Hulce.


In the early 1950s, a star-struck Ohio boy, Artie Shoemaker, skips school to work behind the scenes for a touring stock theatrical company.

Inept at his job, Artie is nearly fired until the star of the show, Harry Crystal, takes a liking to him and takes the kid under his wing. Artie becomes smitten with one of the attractive chorus girls from the show, Ramona, a worldly young woman who provides his sexual initiation. But soon the show must move on to another town, leaving Artie alone with his dreams.



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