Barbra Streisand tries everything to make her husband rich in the screwball comedy For Pete's Sake (1974).
Director John Cassavetes uses photographs of himself with friends and co-stars Ben Gazzara and Peter Falk in his opening, including a fourth pal, played by David Rowlands, the brother of Cassavetes' wife Gena, whose funeral they attend in the first filmed scene, in Husbands, 1970.
True domestic violence as Harry (Ben Gazzara), philosophical about his marriage after an all-nighter with friends Archie and Gus (Peter Falk and writer-director John Cassavetes), tangles with his wife and mother-in-law (Meta Shaw, Lorraine McMartin), while picking up his passport, in Husbands, 1970.
In Manhattan, the morning after the all-night bender following a friends' funeral, Archie (Peter Falk), Harry (Ben Gazzara) and Gus (writer and director John Cassavetes) find the place they wanted to get breakfast closed, and settle for basketball, early in Husbands, 1970.
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