As two best friends on the world's wackiest construction crew, Harry Dickens and Arch Fenster really "nail" the humor in Volume One of this long-lost 1962 TV comedy.
Ad agency boss Burke (Edward Andrews) presents family man Sam (Jack Lemmon) to dairy owner and client Nurdlinger (Edward G. Robinson), who's convinced all ad-men are degenerates, in David Swift's Good Neighbor Sam, 1964.
Bounding home after landing a new account, ad-man Sam (Jack Lemmon) discovers his wife's bubbly European friend Janet (Romy Schneider) in the shower, smoothing things out with Min (Dorothy Provine) straight away, in Good Neighbor Sam, 1964.
San Francisco ad man Sam (Jack Lemmon) getting a lift to work from wife Min (Dorothy Provine), then on the elevator with big boss Burke (Edward Andrews), early in director-producer David Swift's Good Neighbor Sam, 1964.
The new preacher in town joins forces with the most unlikely group of organized crime fighters anyone has ever dreamed up -- six lady church members who are dedicated, eager, ready, willing ... everything but organized!
Barbra Streisand and Ryan O'Neal reunite in this fancy footwork romantic comedy about a bankrupt perfume manufacturer who finds her one remaining asset is the ownership of a has-been boxer.
A new preacher in town joins forces with an unlikely group of crime fighters: six dedicated lady church members who are ready -- but not necessarily equipped -- to
The stars of the classic screwball comedy WHAT'S UP, DOC? -- Academy Award-winning superstar Barbra Streisand and Ryan O'Neal -- reunite in this fancy footwork romantic comedy about a bankrupt perfume manufacturer who finds her one remaining asset is the ownership of a has-been boxer. It's a love match between the boxer and his new owner as they spar both in and outside of the ring. Co-starring Richard Lawson and Ernie Hudson.
Director Stanley Kramer brings to the screen the important story of six wealthy misfits who, while attending a summer riding camp, set out to free a herd of buffalo scheduled to be shot the next day. They see some of the animals slain and are determined to save the remaining buffalo herd from possible extinction.
Zach and 66 try to stop a Kaos plot to brainwash teenyboppers with a hypnotic pop single.
When the commanding officer of his high school ROTC group makes him squad leader, Richie finds that there's more to leadership than just shouting orders.
To qualify for group rates for a trip to Paris, Mary and Rhoda join a club for divorced people.
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Floyd decides to close the barbershop after Howard buys the building and raises the rent.
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Overwhelmed by the impending birth of his eleventh child, Mel allows Dickens and Fenster to babysit his brood.
Frustrated with their low wages, Dickens and Fenster decide to go into business for themselves, but soon discover that hanging out their shingle is not as easy as it looks.
Convinced his friend has a severe back ailment that he won't admit, Arch goes behind Harry's back in order to confirm his suspicions.
When the Dickens' throw a party for their married friends, Harry goes to extremes to conceal from Arch that he's not invited.
Harry feels like his friendship with Arch is going to the dogs after Fenster adopts a precious pup and begins to neglect all his relationships.
The Telling of a seemingly innocent joke leads to an all-out war, jeopardizing the construction crew's bid for the coveted Safety Award.
When Mr. Bannister fires Arch for his endless parade of girlfriends at the construction site, Harry, Mell and Mulligan have to decide whether to admit their own culpability.
Tired of being the butt of Mulligan's jokes, Harry puts an end to it by refusing Arch's invitation for a celebratory evening with the construction gang.
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