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Betrayal (1978 film)

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Genre  Drama
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Language  English
6/10 IMDb

Director  Paul Wendkos
Country  United States
Release date  November 13, 1978 (November 13, 1978)
Writer  Joanna Crawford, Jerrold Freedman, Lucy Freeman (book), Julie Roy (book)

Betrayal is a 1978 American made-for-television drama film directed by Paul Wendkos and starring Rip Torn and Lesley Ann Warren, based on a non-fiction book by Julie Roy with Lucy Freedman. The subject is a real life lawsuit about a woman who sued her psychiatrist after he allegedly lured her into a sexual relationship. The film was first aired on NBC Monday Night at the Movies on November 13, 1978.

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Betrayal 1983 trailer


Plot

Julie Roy, a young woman, approaches a maverick attorney, claiming that her psychoanalyst has raped her, and over a period of time used her for sex before discarding her.

Cast

  • Lesley Ann Warren ... Julie Roy
  • Rip Torn ... Doctor Hartogs
  • Richard Masur ... Loren Plotkin
  • Ron Silver ... Bob Cohen
  • Bibi Besch ... Pat
  • John Hillerman ... Victor Slavin
  • Jane Marla Robbins ... Jane
  • Peggy Ann Garner ... Mrs. Carol Stockwood
  • Fred Sadoff ... Dr. Todson
  • Stephen Elliott ... Judge Allan Myers
  • Richard Karlan ... Adam
  • Bob Delegall ... Man in Bar
  • Richard Seff ... Dr. Van Hoving
  • References

    Betrayal (1978 film) Wikipedia
    Betrayal (1978 film) IMDb


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