Divorce American Style

  • 1967
  • 1 HR 49 MIN
  • NR
  • Comedy

Van Dyke and Reynolds divorce after fifteen years of marriage, while friends Robards and Simmons create a financial scheme to right it all, and real-life hypnotist G. Pat Collins sees that it works out. This is a well-honed social commentary on the American way of life. Copenned by Norman Lear ("All In The Family"), it was an Oscar nominee for Best Screenplay....read more

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(Movie Clip) Opening
An L-A traffic montage, a conductor taking up a position in the Hollywood Hills, and Norman Lear's stinging marital dialogues set the stage for Divorc (more…)
(Movie Clip) Stop At The Bank
Barbara (Debbie Reynolds) is advised (by lawyer Shelley Berman) to grab the money as she and Richard (Dick Van Dyke) near divorce, leading to a musica (more…)
(Movie Clip) Since When Do Men Grow Up?
Lionel (Joe Flynn), buddy of not-yet divorced Richard (Dick Van Dyke), has been explaining the utility of prostitution, thus taking him to meet Lee Gr (more…)
(Movie Clip) The Sunday Father
Divorcee Nelson Downes (Jason Robards Jr.) is lying in wait at the bowling alley, where Richard (Dick Van Dyke) has taken his sons (Tim Matheson, from (more…)

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