The Marriage of a Young Stockbroker

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The Marriage of a Young Stockbroker (1971) is an American motion picture released by Twentieth Century Fox, and was a comedy romance based upon the novel by Charles Webb. It was directed and produced by Lawrence Turman, whose credits most notably include producing 1967's high-grossing hit The Graduate (1967). It starred Goodbye Columbus (1969) actor Richard Benjamin in the lead role, Joanna Shimkus, later on to become the wife of Sidney Poitier, as his beleaguered wife, Adam West of TV's Batman, stage and screen star Elizabeth Ashley, Patricia Barry, and Tiffany Bolling in supporting roles.

| 1971 | 1 hr 35 min | 6.2/10
Richard Benjamin, Joanna Shimkus, Elizabeth Ashley, Adam West
Lawrence Turman
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Lawrence Turman
The Marriage of a Young Stockbroker
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