Two for the Seesaw

Two For The Seesaw

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Two for the Seesaw is a 1962 romance-drama film directed by Robert Wise which stars Robert Mitchum and Shirley MacLaine. It was adapted from the Broadway play written by William Gibson.

Plot summary

Jerry Ryan (Mitchum) is a lawyer from Nebraska who has recently separated from his wife. To get away from it all, he has moved to a shabby apartment in New York. He is struggling with the divorce, which has been filed but is not final, and takes long walks at night.

At a party he meets Gittel Mosca (MacLaine), a struggling dancer. They instantly get along, and begin to fall in love. But the relationship is hampered by their differences in background and temperament.

Jerry gets a job with a New York law firm and prepares to take the bar examination. He helps Gittel rent a loft for a dance studio, which she rents out to other dancers. But their relationship is stormy. Gittel has a fling with an old boyfriend, and Jerry hasdifficulty separating himself emotionally from his wife.

They prepare to move in together nevertheless, but Gittel is upset when she learns that the divorce came through and Jerry did not tell her about it. Jerry explains that even though he is divorced from his former wife on paper, they continue bonded in many ways.

Jerry decides to return to Nebraska.

MacLaine revealed on The Oprah Show of April 11, 2011 that she and Mitchum began a relationship that lasted until his death during the filming of this motion picture.

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