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|Probably Steve McQueen's first acting role on screen. Billed as Stephen McQueen.|
"Family Affair" is a 27 minute "infomercial" demonstrating the convenience of having multiple phones in the house by telling a little story about a family coping with only one.
Stephen McQueen plays "Freddie", a rather goofy, love-sick sailor trying to reach his girl to tell her he has leave and to propose to her. He has four scenes.
| The photo in Neile's book (My Husband, My Friend) of
Steve in a sailor suit, which she says was his first acting job, is from
this film. Although she calls it a "Signal Corps" film, it's a "Bell System
Presentation, Western Electric Recording".|
J Pat O'Malley is the star.
|Reviewed by Donna Redden|
Screencaps from her own personal 16mm copy of the film.