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Time Out says

A dire kooky farce (based on a play by Murray Schisgal) about contemporary sexual lunacy. The characters behave like berserk idiots, jumping in and out of love like so many rabbits, getting rid of unwanted partners by pushing them off the Brooklyn Bridge, and generally falling about in incoherent ecstasy. One sits bemused as joke after joke misfires, and the hapless actors are left mugging in a vacuum of chic settings. Some sense of comedy timing in the direction might have helped; and the cast could have been introduced to the atrociously post-synchronised dialogue which trails disconsolately behind them.
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Release details

UK release:

1967

Duration:

96 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Clive Donner

Cast:

Severn Darden, Paul Hartman, Eddie Mayehoff, Nina Wayne, Elaine May, Peter Falk, Jack Lemmon, Harrison Ford

Music:

Gerry Mulligan

Production Designer:

Albert Brenner

Editor:

Harold F Kress

Cinematography:

Ernest Laszlo

Screenwriter:

Elliott Baker

Producer:

Martin Manulis

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