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The Love Machine (film)

The Love Machine
Howard Terpning
Directed by Jack Haley, Jr.
Produced by M.J. Frankovich
Irving Mansfield (executive producer)
Written by Samuel A. Taylor
Starring John Phillip Law
Dyan Cannon
Robert Ryan
Jackie Cooper
David Hemmings
Music by Artie Butler (also song "Amanda's Theme")
Mark Lindsay (song "Amanda's Theme")
Bryan Wells (song "He's Movin' On")-Vocals performed by Dionne Warwick
Cinematography Charles Lang
Editing by David E. Blewitt
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release date(s) August 14, 1971
Running time 108 minutes

The Love Machine is a 1971 film adaptation of the Jacqueline Susann novel The Love Machine. Written by Samuel A. Taylor and directed by Jack Haley, Jr., it starred John Phillip Law, Dyan Cannon, Robert Ryan, Jackie Cooper, and David Hemmings.


Robin Stone works at a powerful TV network doing the news. He encounters an array of women, among them Judith Austin, the wife of a network executive.

Judith asks her husband Greg to promote Robin and he does so. Robin and Judith then get into an extramarital affair while her husband is in the hospital for cardiac care.

Robin's girlfriend Amanda catches on to what is happening, leaving Robin to face those who resent his sexual promiscuity, including his boss.


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