I Ought to Be in Pictures

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Time Out says

One of those cases of long-lost family rashly turning up unexpectedly and causing radical (also unlikely) changes in peoples' personalities. This time it's the daughter, the unbearably cute and outspoken Libby (Manoff), who sets off for Hollywood to seek fame and her father (Matthau), last seen when she was in diapers. Matthau is a grumpy, scared bachelor who has given up on work and relationships, and who, until transformed by his daughter, is driving his sensible girlfriend (Ann-Margret) into the arms of another man. Far too few jokes to soak up Neil Simon's soggy material.
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Release details

UK release:

1982

Duration:

108 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Herbert Ross

Cast:

Lewis Smith, Lance Guest, Dinah Manoff, Ann-Margret, Walter Matthau, Martin Ferrero

Music:

Marvin Hamlisch

Production Designer:

Albert Brenner

Editor:

Sidney Levin

Cinematography:

David M Walsh

Screenwriter:

Neil Simon

Producer:

Neil Simon, Herbert Ross

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