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6 rms riv vu; a comedy.

Author: Bob Randall
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y., Nelson Doubleday [1973]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Jerry Orbach and Jane Alexander created the roles on Broadway in this urban romantic comedy. A vacant apartment with six rooms and a river view is open for inspection by prospective tenants, and among them are a man and a woman, strangers when they meet. As the last to leave, they find themselves locked in and though both are happily married, discover a mutual attraction as they wait out the long night ahead. --
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Randall, Bob.
6 rms riv vu.
Garden City, N.Y., Nelson Doubleday [1973]
(OCoLC)902924776
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bob Randall
OCLC Number: 995890
Description: 157 pages 22 cm

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Jerry Orbach and Jane Alexander created the roles on Broadway in this urban romantic comedy. A vacant apartment with six rooms and a river view is open for inspection by prospective tenants, and among them are a man and a woman, strangers when they meet. As the last to leave, they find themselves locked in and though both are happily married, discover a mutual attraction as they wait out the long night ahead. -- publisher.

6 Rms Riv Vu derives its title from shorthand used by realtors in classified advertising. In this case, a six-room apartment with a view of the Hudson River, located on Manhattan's Riverside Drive, serves as the comedy-drama's setting. Paul Friedman is a married advertising copywriter, Anne Miller is a discontented housewife, and the two meet when they respond to a New York Times listing for the available unit. They discover the door has been locked accidentally, trapping them inside, and a connection slowly develops as they begin to share the details of their respective lives.--Wikipedia.

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