The Out-of-Towners (1970)
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as George Kellerman
as Gwen Kellerman
as TV Man
as Woman In Police Station
as Airline Stewardess
as Man in Airplane
as Boston Cab Driver
as Officer Meyers
as Cuban Diplomat
as Agent in Boston
as Waiter on Train
as Police Sergeant
as Police Officer
as Boston Baggage Man
as Day Hotel Clerk
as Night Hotel Clerk
as Lost and Found Supervisor
as Man in Boston Phone Booth
as lst Hippie
as 2nd Hippie
as Washroom Lady
as Cleaning Woman
Critic Reviews for The Out-of-Towners
Because Simon is dealing with a place -- and a commonplace -- rather than people, it is only too easy to see the jokes coming long before they arrive.
Jack Lemmon, Sandy Dennis, and a gritty New York City make this worth watching.
A grumpy, occasionally funny Neil Simon film.
Exasperating--should be called 'Down-n-Outers.'
Even with the normally loveable Jack Lemmon as its star and a script from Neil Simon, it's a dreary bore.
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Audience Reviews for The Out-of-Towners
I actuallly like the remake of this one better but it has moments.
Sort of like After Hours, but less spooky.
George Kellerman: Yes, what seems to be the problem now? Airline Stewardess: Well, I imagine that we've run into some bad weather. George Kellerman: You don't have to imagine just look out the window!
The Out-of-Towners Quotes
|Gwen Kellerman:||I don't wanna complain, but my ankles are buckling.|
|George Kellerman:||Clench your toes when you walk.|
|George Kellerman:||I was going to take you to dinner at one of the best restaurants in the world. Here you are eating peanut butter on white bread with nothing to drink. If you ever get your mouth open again, I wouldn't blame you if you never talk to me.|
|Gwen Kellerman:||Why didn't we just stop and explain?|
|George Kellerman:||Explain? What I'm doing in the bushes with a little boy? With my hands in his pockets? They'd give me 10-20 years.|