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Follow Me!

Rating:G
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:July 18, 1972
Running time:95 minutes
Cast:Mia Farrow, Topol, Michael Jayston, Margaret Rawlings, Annette Crosbie
Director:Carol Reed
Producer:Hal B. Wallis
Writer:Peter Shaffer
Distributor:MCA/Universal Pictures

Description: This English comedy is based on a short play by Peter Shaffer (better known for Equus). Belinda is a free-spirited American woman married to a stuffy English rolled-umbrella man. When he leaves for work each day, she leaves their London apartment too. She says she's just sightseeing, but he doesn't believe her. He hires a private eye (Chaim Topol) to follow her around and find the other man in her life. What she said was true, however, and the private eye becomes her traveling companion. He tells his employer that she was telling the truth, but he doesn't believe him. At that point, the detective admits to being the other man, complicating things thoroughly.~ Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide

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