Joseph Wambaugh's account of a heavy-drinking police detective who meets his match when he is teamed up with a policewoman to find a dognapper.
After surviving six years in a Vietnamese POW camp, an American soldier returns to the U.S. only to find his home life in utter chaos - forcing this hero into a life of ill-advised crime.
Tormented scene from screenwriter Neil Simon's autobiographical Chapter Two, 1980, as Jennie (Marsha Mason, the author's wife) insists that her new husband George (James Caan) talk about his late wife.
Writer George (James Caan) means to phone a librarian but accidentally reaches Jennie (Marsha Mason), whom he's supposed to call for a date, in Neil Simon's Chapter Two, 1980.
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This fast moving comedy is laced with poignancy and drama as Pryor assays one of the finest roles of his career as Eddie Keller, a man who returns home after six years as a P.O.W. to find his world changed. Eddie has every right to expect a hero's welcome but nothing has stayed the same. His wife loves another man and lost his savings; a daughter he's never seen calls the new boyfriend "Daddy; his mother is recuperating from a stroke; the Army is withholding his back pay; and he can't get a loan because he has no collateral. He meets a sympathetic soul in Toni (Margot Kidder), a high-class hooker. Realizing he must take some kind of action, Pryor begins a desperate and funny escapade into the world of crime.
A Vietnam vet returns home from a prisoner of war camp and is greeted as a hero, but is quickly forgotten and soon discovers how tough survival is in his own country.
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