Plaza Suite

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Released 1971

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Director:
Arthur Hiller
Released:
1971
Rating:
PG-13
Plaza Suite is a 1971 comedy, written by Neil Simon, with three different stories taking place in same room at the Plaza Hotel in New York City. In the first story, titled "Visitor from Mamaroneck," a middle-aged couple (Walter Matthau and Maureen Stapleton) try to recapture the romance of their youth by booking the same room where they spent their honeymoon 24 years earlier. In the second story, "Visitor from Hollywood," a successful movie producer (Walter Matthau) tries to seduce an old flame (Barbara Harris), a New Jersey housewife who is reluctant but taken with his Hollywood star power. "Visitor from Forest Hills" is the last story and concerns a harried father (Walter Matthau) and wife (Lee Grant) frantically trying to talk their distraught daughter out of the bathroom on the day of her wedding. Plaza Suite is directed by Arthur Hiller and is based on Simon's play, which ran for over 1,000 performances on Broadway.
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