The Odd Couple

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Released 1968

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Director:
Gene Saks
Released:
1968
Rating:
G
The Odd Couple is the 1968 romantic comedy classic from legendary playwright-screenwriter Neil Simon (The Goodbye Girl, Chapter Two) and featuring one of the screen's most famous on-screen duos. Felix Unger (Jack Lemmon, Grumpy Old Men) has just been dumped by his wife, because he is one of the most annoying, neurotic people in the world. Suicide is his way out, but he just can't seem to get it to work, so he heads over to his friends house. Oscar Madison (Walther Matthau, The Taking of Pelham 123) is also recently divorced and living it up in bachelor heaven. Smoking, gambling, hitting on chicks, eating out and never cleaning is paradise to him. Well, with the suicide attempts Oscar decides to let Felix move in. At first, it is a match made in heaven, Felix cooks and cleans and helps Oscar pay his alimony on time, but soon Oscar is jonesing for women and Felix isn't ready to move on.
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