It's My Turn

Just when she thought she had everything right... in stepped Mr. Wrong.

Categories: Comedy, Romance
A successful but stressed mathematics professor goes to her father's wedding and falls in love with her father's bride's son, a prematurely retired pro baseball player. She must choose between him and her current boyfriend, between Chicago and New York, and between research and administration.
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1980-10-24
Run time: 91 minute / 1:31
Revenue: $11,000,000
Director: Claudia Weill
Writer: Eleanor Bergstein
Production Company : Columbia Pictures
Production Country: United States of America





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Jill Clayburgh
as Dr. Katherine "Kate" Gunzinger
Michael Douglas
as Ben Lewin
Charles Grodin
as Homer
Beverly Garland
as Emma
Steven Hill
as Jacob Gunzinger
Teresa Baxter
as Maryanne
Joan Copeland
as Rita
John Gabriel
as Hunter
Charles Kimbrough
as Jerome
Roger Robinson
as Flicker
Jennifer Salt
as Maisie
Daniel Stern
as Cooperman
Dianne Wiest
as Gail
Ron Frazier
as Professor
Edwin McDonough
as Professor
Toshi Toda
as Professor
Robert Ackerman
as Good Will Man
Raf Mauro
as Jerry Lanz Man
Michael Alaimo
as Man at Restaurant
Ernie Lively
as Man at Restaurant (as Ernie Brown)
Noah Hathaway
as Homer's Son
Marlyn Gates
as Homer's Daughter
Raymond Singer
as Rabbi
David Goodman
as Man in Baseball Stands
James Desmond
as Man in Baseball Stands
Steven Fromewick
as Man in Baseball Stands
Joe Hamer
as Man in Baseball Stands
Paul Blair
as Himself
Héctor López
as Himself
Joe Collins
as Himself
Frank McCormick
as Himself
Larry Doby
as Himself
Tony Ferrara
as Himself
Sal Maglie
as Himself
Bob Feller
as Himself
Mickey Mantle
as Himself
Roger Maris
as Himself
Whitey Ford
as Himself
Willard Marshall
as Himself
Al Forman
as Himself
Frank Messer
as Himself
Tom Gorman
as Himself
Johnny Orsino
as Himself
Bud Harrelson
as Himself
Dusty Rhodes
as Himself
Gene Hermanski
as Himself
Specs Shea
as Himself
Elston Howard
as Himself
Ron Tellefsen
as Himself
Monte Irvin
as Himself
Bobby Thomson
as Himself
Ed Kranepool
as Himself
Bill White
as Himself
John Kuchs
as Himself
Sal Yvars
as Himself
James Gammon
as Connie Foxworth (uncredited)
Nora Heflin
as Maisie (uncredited)
Lou Mulford
as Woman at Restaurant (uncredited)
Daniel J. Travanti
as Interviewer (uncredited)
Robert P. Fields
as Young Baseball Fan (uncredited)
Writing
Eleanor Bergstein Screenplay

Camera
Bill Butler Director of Photography

Editing
Byron 'Buzz' Brandt Editor
Marjorie Fowler Editor

Sound
Patrick Williams Original Music Composer

Editing
James Coblentz Editor

Directing
Claudia Weill Director

Camera
Ron Frantzvog Second Assistant Camera
Hank Muller Assistant Camera





















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