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Along Came Polly  (2004)
Director: John Hamburg
Universal Pictures // 16 January 2004 (U.S.)

Writing Credits      
John Hamburg (screenplay)  

Executive Producer
Jane Bartelme
Daniel S. Levine

Danny DeVito
Michael Shamberg
Stacey Sher

Starring Ben Stiller, Jennifer Aniston, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Debra Messing, Alec Baldwin, Hank Azaria, Bob Dishy 

Associate Producer Anders Bard
Cinematography by Seamus McGarvey
Film Editing by William Kerr, Nick Moore
Casting By Kathleen Chopin
Production Design Andrew Laws
Art Direction by Martin Whist
Set Decoration Don Diers
Costume Design by Cindy Evans

 Music Composed by Theodore Shapiro
Orchestrated by Bruce Fowler
Performed by The Hollywood Studio Symphony
Recorded at Todd-Ao Scoring Stage, O'Henry Sound Studios
Recorded and Mixed by Chris Fogel, Joel Iwataki
Digital Score Recordist Bryan Carrigan
Orchestra Contracted by Sandy DeCrescent, Sandra Park
Music Preparation Julian Bratolyubov, Tim Rodier
Music Editor Charles Martin Inouye, Andrew Somers, Tanya Noel Hill, Kerry P. Brown
Music Consultant Jim Dunbar
Music Supervisors Kathy Nelson, Randall Poster


Reuben Feffer thinks he's found the love of his life but on his honeymoon he discovers her cheating on him with a scuba instructor. Reuben travels back home to get his life on track. On a night out with best pal, Sandy Lyle, Reuben discovers an old school friend, Polly Prince. Reuben feels a connection straight away, and tries constantly to get her to like him. But it's not going to be easy for Reuben, especially when he spends his days calculating risks, and when someone unexpected turns up.




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