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All Of Me (1984)
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Starring: Richard Libertini, Steve Martin, Victoria Tennant, Lily Tomlin
Director: Carl Reiner
Category: Comedy, Independent
Studio: Trimark
Subtitles:
English, Spanish, French
Length:
93 mins

 
 

 

Roger Cobb (Steve Martin) is a swinging bachelor who is a lawyer but would rather be a jazz musician. Edwina Cutwaters (Lily Tomlin) is an ailing spinster who is given a second chance at life given her soul can be "transported" into that of another woman-specifically, the beautiful daughter of the stable hand.
Unfortunately, the guru-in-charge goof, and Edwina's soul winds up taking over the entire right side of Roger, who now must learn to cope with being half the man he was.
Now Edwina and Roger are living together in the same body. He's losing his job. He's losing his girlfriend. And he just can't seem to get her out of his system. No matter how hard he tries.

 
 
   
   

 
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