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Barefoot in the Park(1982)

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  • Best Barefoot

    • Nicole
    • 6/10/13

    This is my favorite version of Barefoot in the Park. Bess Armstrong and Richard Thomas bring out the best in one another on stage. The arguments are explosive and believeable. Love the entire cast. Wish it would be released on DVD!!

  • Barefoot in the Park (1982)

    • Charles Wilson
    • 2/4/11

    Both the film version (which is my favorite comedy of all time) and the stage version are both very well done. It's extremely hard to do a remake on any great movie,and this one was no exception. Out of all the characters in the movie, I thought Mildred Natwick was the one hardest to replace, even though Barbara Barrie did a great job. Both are five star productions. I don't normally like a stage production as well, but this one was fantastic. I love Richard Thomas and Beth Armstrong.Great production and I hope you release it on DVD through TCM. You will sell a lot of copies.

  • Barefoot in the Park

    • Anita
    • 5/24/10

    The play version is far superior to the Fonda/Redford film. The cast: Richard Thomas, Bess Armstrong, Barbara Berrie, etc. are marvelous, hillarious. Neil Simon's best Broadway play should be shared. Family friendly. Five star quality!

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    • Anita
    • 5/24/10

    One of the best plays I have ever seen. The entire cast is supherb. Richard Thomas and Bess Armstrong at their very best. Very funny, family friendly. My kids watched it with me, pre-teen and now they are asking about it as adults. A shame for this not to be available to the public.

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