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Dudley Moore and Liza Minnelli shine in this offbeat rom-com.

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Arthur (1981)
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Title

Arthur (1981)

Year released

1981

Genres

Comedy, romance

Synopsis

Dudley Moore stars in this runaway box office hit as the drinking multi-millionaire playboy who never grew up.

Cast and crew

  • Dudley Moore
  • Liza Minnelli
  • John Gielgud
Wealthy New York playboy Arthur Bach is perpetually drunk and completely rudderless. As he reluctantly prepares to enter into an arranged marriage with an heiress, he falls head over heels for a poor waitress from Queens. But if he backs out of the engagement, his money will be gone. Whatever will he choose?

Moore is charming as the lovable drunk, but everyone in the cast delivers terrific performances – especially John Gielgud, who plays Arthur's quick-witted butler. A delightful and witty romantic comedy, the movie stands the test of time and makes for exciting viewing even by today's standards.

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