G | | Comedy
An Ohio sales executive accepts a higher position within the company and travels to New York City with his wife for his job interview but things go wrong from the start.
First of three films written by Neil Simon and directed by Arthur Hiller. The second was Plaza Suite (1971) whilst the third was The Lonely Guy (1984) which starred Steve Martin who also starred in this movie's remake The Out-of-Towners (1999).
Uh, are there any seats on this train? huh?
George Kellerman: Oh, well don't you have anything in the parlor car or compartment or anything? I'll pay for it.
Train Conductor: This train runs empty six nights a week exept when the New York airport is fogged in, then they fly 'em up to...
When George finishes talking to the lost and found baggage clerk on the phone at the hotel desk he writes his name, Clifford Johnstone, down on a hotel sign-in paper on the desk which he leaves on the desk. He then argues some more with the desk clerk and takes down his and his manager's names too but he writes those names on a small note book he gets out of his inner jacket pocket and when he turns to leaves he puts the note book back in his pocket and walks away without picking up the paper that has Clifford Johnstone's name on it.
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