Continental Divide (film)

1981 film directed by Michael Apted

Continental Divide is a 1981 American romantic comedy about a hard-nosed Chicago journalist who has an unlikely love affair with an eagle researcher.

Directed by Michael Apted. Written by Lawrence Kasdan.
When they met they heard bells. And that was just round one.

Ernie Souchak Edit

  • I've never seen such big balls - and I'm from Chicago.
  • I know what I wrote, I was there when I wrote it.
  • It's so quiet up here, you could hear a mouse get a hard on.
  • The air was thin. She was average cute. She was the only girl up there. The air was so thin!

Dialogue Edit

Ernie Souchak: But why ornithology?
Nell Porter: I like the uniform.

Cast Edit

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