Sunday In New York - (Original Trailer)
Cliff Robertson, a philandering pilot, gets real moral, real fast when his sister Jane Fonda contemplates a premarital fling on a Sunday In New York (1964).
Sunday In New York (1964) -- (Movie Clip) The Coat Matches The Pants
Jane Fonda is Eileen, the lovelorn sister of a playboy pilot, rushing to find him in Central Park, when she has the cute meeting with journalist Mike (Rod Taylor) on a city bus, in Sunday In New York, 1964, also starring Cliff Robertson, from Norman Krasna's play and screenplay.
Sunday In New York (1964) -- (Movie Clip) Tempus Is Fugiting!
Jane Fonda has not quite been identified but we soon learn that she is Eileen, the unexpected kid sister of playboy pilot Adam (Cliff Robertson), in his Manhattan pad on a layover planning to hook up with a girlfriend, early in Sunday In New York, 1964.
Sunday In New York (1964) -- (Movie Clip) Hello, Lover!
Rod Taylor is on the train from Philadelphia, Jane Fonda is riding to Manhattan on the Metro North line and Cliff Robertson is landing his TWA jet at Idlewild, with the jaunty opening tune sung by Mel Torme, in Sunday In New York, 1964, directed by Peter Tewksbury.