The Affair is a 1973 American TV movie. It was written by Barbara Turner and directed by Gilbert Cates. The film starred Natalie Wood, in her first appearance since Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice. Her co-star was Robert Wagner, her first husband whom she had recently remarried.

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  • The Affair is a 1973 American TV movie. It was written by Barbara Turner and directed by Gilbert Cates. The film starred Natalie Wood, in her first appearance since Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice. Her co-star was Robert Wagner, her first husband whom she had recently remarried. (en)
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  • The Affair is a 1973 American TV movie. It was written by Barbara Turner and directed by Gilbert Cates. The film starred Natalie Wood, in her first appearance since Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice. Her co-star was Robert Wagner, her first husband whom she had recently remarried. (en)
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