Nine to Five Movie
Movie Review for Nine to Five
Women rule in this 80s movie as three empowered women show their chauvinistic boss where itís at.
Judy Bernly (played by Jane Fonda), Violet Newstead (played by Lily Tomlin), and Doralee Rhodes (played by Dolly Parton) decide to enter the working world, but they had no idea that they would meet up with a chauvinistic boss as Franklin Hart Jr. (played by Dabney Coleman) in the movie Nine to Five.
Bernly, Newstead, and Rhodes are no Charlieís Angels, but they would stop at nothing to get the well deserved power and respect at their firm in Nine to Five - and they achieve their goal.
Judy Bernly - Jane Fonda
Violet Newstead - Lily Tomlin
Doralee Rhodes - Dolly Parton
Franklin M. Hart Jr. - Dabney Coleman
Russell Tinsworthy - Sterling Hayden
Roz Keith - Elizabeth Wilson
Mr. Hinkle - Henry Jones
Dick Bernly - Lawrence Pressman
Missy Hart - Marian Mercer
Barbara - Ren Woods
Betty - Norma Donaldson
Maria Delgado - Roxanne Bonilla-Giannini
Margaret Foster - Peggy Pope
Meade - Richard Stahl
Eddie Smith - Ray Vitte
TriviaThe movie Nine to Five was Dolly Partonís first film.
Nine to Five was nominated for an Oscar.
80's Film Facts:
The Movie Nine to Five was released to theatres on 12/12/1980 by 20th Century Fox, and grossed $103,290,500 at the box office in the US.
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