The Third Girl from the Left

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The Third Girl from the Left
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GenreDrama
Written byDory Previn
Directed byPeter Medak
StarringKim Novak
Tony Curtis
Music byDory Previn
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Production
Executive producer(s)Hugh M. Hefner
Producer(s)Ron Roth
CinematographyGayne Rescher
Editor(s)Jim Benson
Running time73 minutes
Production company(s)Playboy Productions
DistributorABC
Release
Original networkABC
Original releaseOctober 16, 1973

The Third Girl From the Left is a 1973 American made-for-television drama film directed by Peter Medak, written by Dory Previn, and starring Kim Novak and Tony Curtis.

It was the television film debut for both Novak and Curtis. Also in the cast are Michael Conrad, George Furth and Barbi Benton. The film was originally shown on October 16, 1973. Hugh Hefner was the Executive Producer for the film, which was made by Playboy Films.

Premise[edit]

Gloria Joyce is a chorus girl who has an affair with a delivery boy, David, when she realizes that her long-time affair with a nightclub comedian, Joey Jordan, is not going anywhere.

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References[edit]

Marill, Alvin H. Movies made for Television. 1980. Arlington House