Affair with a Stranger

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Affair with a Stranger is a 1953 American comedy-drama starring Jean Simmons and Victor Mature. It was directed by Roy Rowland, and was originally to be released as Kiss and Run. The film centres on the rumoured marital troubles of a successful playwright. read more

Affair with a Stranger is a 1953 American comedy-drama starring Jean Simmons and Victor Mature. It was directed by Roy Rowland, and was originally to be released as Kiss and Run. The film centres on the rumoured marital troubles of a successful playwright. As various people who came into contact with the couple reminisce about the couple's past, the story of the relationship and the budding affair that is potentially destroying it is told through a series of flashbacks. Upon release, the film was met with lukewarm reviews, Bosley Crowther of The New York Times calling it "a virtual collection of cliches".

Original Release

06/20/1953

US Release

06/20/1953

Cast

Jean Simmons Carolyn Parker
Victor Mature Bill Blakeley
Monica Lewis Janet Boothe
Jane Darwell Ma Stanton
Dabbs Greer Happy Murray
Wally Vernon Joe, Taxi Driver
Nicholas Joy Producer George W. Craig
Olive Carey Cynthia Craig
Victoria Horne Mrs. Wallace
Lillian Bronson Miss Crutcher
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Roy Rowland

Writers

Richard Flournoy

Cast

Jean Simmons Carolyn Parker
Victor Mature Bill Blakeley
Monica Lewis Janet Boothe
Jane Darwell Ma Stanton
Dabbs Greer Happy Murray
Wally Vernon Joe, Taxi Driver
Nicholas Joy Producer George W. Craig
Olive Carey Cynthia Craig
Victoria Horne Mrs. Wallace
Lillian Bronson Miss Crutcher
George Cleveland Pop
Billy Chapin Timmy
Mary Jane Carey Edith
Fred Graham Mounted Policeman
Jack Lomas Temple, a Cop
Alvy Moore Television Announcer
Frank O'Connor Doorman
Theodore von Eltz Mr. Culpepper
Linda Douglas Dolly Murray
James Adamson Porter

Producers

Editors

George Amy

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