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The Third Girl from the Left

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Director  Peter Medak
Music director  Dory Previn
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Country  United States
6.4/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Cinematography  Gayne Rescher
Writer  Dory Previn
Language  English
The Third Girl from the Left movie poster
Release date  October 16, 1973
Cast  Kim Novak (Gloria Joyce), Tony Curtis (Joey Jordan), Barbi Benton (Melanie), Michael Brandon (David), George Furth (Zimmy)
Similar movies  Girl on the Run (1958), Jenny (1970), Between Two Women (1986), In the Custody of Strangers (1982), Out of Darkness (1994)

The Third Girl From the Left is a 1973 made-for-TV movie starring Kim Novak. She plays Gloria Joyce, a chorus girl who has an affair with a delivery boy (Michael Brandon) when she realizes that her long-time affair with a nightclub comedian (Tony Curtis) is not going anywhere. This was the TV-movie debut for both Kim Novak and Tony Curtis. Also in the cast are Michael Conrad, George Furth and Barbi Benton. This was originally shown on October 16, 1973. Hugh Hefner was the Executive Producer for this film, which was made by Playboy Films. It was written by Dory Previn and directed by Peter Medak.

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