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Crossing Delancey

Crossing Delancey

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Single, attractive Isabelle (Izzy) Grossman has a rent-controlled uptown apartment and a blooming career in publishing. She also has Bubbie, a tradition-minded grandmother who's hired a matchmaker to find a husband for Izzy. There's already a prospect: the corner pickle seller?!? Amy Irving as Izzy is the radiant center of this witty charmer, and her costars strike comic sparks galore as old-world ways rub against new-world woes. Peter Riegert stars as the pickle man, Jeroen Krabbe as his rival and Sylvia Miles as the matchmaker. A veteran stage performer, 74-year-old Reizl Bozyk is an ideal Bubbie, blithely snapping off one-liners and stealing scenes in a joy of a comedy (Jay Carr, The Boston Globe).

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    Title: Crossing Delancey
    Genre: Comedy-Romantic Comedy
    Starring: Amy Irving, Peter Riegert, Sylvia Miles, George Martin, David Hyde Pierce, Rosemary Harris, Faye Grant
    Director: Joan Micklin Silver
    Attributes: Manufactured on Demand, Dolby, NTSC Format
    Release Date: 5/17/2016
    Original Year: 1988
    Product Type: DVD
    Rated: PG
    Catalog #: 1000603591
    UPC: 888574406981
    Item #: 1714780X

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 5/17/2016
    Run Time: 97 minutes
    Studio: Warner Archives