The Odd Couple

  • 1968
  • Movie
  • G
  • Comedy

A film adaptation of a Neil Simon play, which means that it resembles an old, Manhattan-set syndicated sitcom. Gene Saks directing, which means that it looks like neither he nor the cast ever left the theater. The good news is that, as sitcom-style theater goes, THE ODD COUPLE is often highly amusing, with Lemmon and Matthau ideally cast as prissy neatnik...read more

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Can two divorced men live in the same apartment without driving each other crazy? Not when one is a neatness freak and the other is a slob. Precursor to the hit TV series. Based on the Neil Simon play.

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02:37 — Can two divorced men live in the same apartment without driving each other crazy? Not when one is a neatness freak and the other is a slob. Precursor (more…)
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  • Review: A film adaptation of a Neil Simon play, which means that it resembles an old, Manhattan-set syndicated sitcom. Gene Saks directing, which means that it looks like neither he nor the cast ever left the theater. The good news is that, as sitcom-style theater… (more)

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