Had the role of the married man suffering a middle-aged crisis and falling for a beautiful young woman, then the director decided on another actor.
George Segal was originally attached to project but when producers saw how much better Dudley Moore was in '10' (a part Seagal had originally been cast in) they replaced him with the same man again!.
George Segal dropped out, no reason given.
Among director Robert Altman's choices to star in his hallucinatory "anti-Western."
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