PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance
A failed gambler, intent on meeting a rich widow, tricks his widowed brother-in-law into boarding a cruise ship as dance hosts.
James Bond movie like theme music is played during the casino sequences on the boat where Lemmon and Matthau wear tuxedos.
So... it's the broad that stole our airplane seats.
Herb: That "broad" happens to have been an editor at Doubleday.
Charlie: Who cares?
Herb: All I was, was a clerk at Gimbel's.
Charlie: And Secretariat was just a horse. Go on, ask her to dance!
Herb: Oh, it's too late, Charlie.
Toward the end of the movie, when Herb fires off the flare, the scene cuts to the plane where there's normal conversation with no engine sounds whatsoever.
During the first part of the credits, the cast (singly and in pairs) dances; during the latter part, we see outtakes.
English, Italian, Japanese, Spanish
$7,655,948 (USA) (6 July 1997)
$27,974,168 (USA) (28 September 1997)
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