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A New York hotel room is the setting for three stories of romantic squabbles in Neil Simon's Plaza Suite (1971) starring Walter Matthau.
Sheriff Will Blue (Henry Fonda) and saloon entertainer Molly (Janice Rule) make a tentative approach to the 'Man from Bodie' (Aldo Ray) who threatens to destroy their town in Welcome to Hard Times, 1967.
Middle-aged Karen (Maureen Stapleton) and Sam (Walter Matthau) at the Plaza Hotel, their conversation growing grittier, in the first vignette of Plaza Suite, 1971, from Neil Simon's play and screenplay.
Nervous New Jersey mom Muriel (Barbara Harris) arrives at the Plaza Hotel, visiting high school flame Jesse (Walter Matthau), now a movie producer, looking for a tryst, the second vignette from Neil Simon's Plaza Suite, 1971.
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Plaza Suite is a confection of three witty comedic episodes starring one of America's finest comic actors, Walter Matthau. The scene is Suite 719 of New York City's Plaza Hotel. In the first scene, Matthau's wife (Maureen Stapleton), discovers that he is fooling around with his secretary. In the next episode, Matthau portrays a producer who calls an old flame for a rendezvous - but the lady has more on her mind than romance. In the final sequence, Matthau and Lee Grant are the frustrated parents of a bride-to-be who has locked herself in the bathroom - moments before the wedding! A delightful comedy, Plaza Suite is written in Neil Simon's sensitive and sophisticated style.
An adaptation of Neil Simon's three playlets that take place in New York's Plaza Hotel.
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