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The professor is supposedly nearsighted, as implied by the scenes from his perspective without glasses at the bowling alley and the final nightclub scene. However, the glasses he wears throughout the movie are designed for reading, not to aid nearsightedness. See more »
They're nice kids. All nice. All nice kids. They have very, very good taste, I might add.
I'm glad. It would be a shame to waste the genius of yours on the riff-raff.
Well, honey, I always say, if you're good and you know it, why waste time beating around the bush, true?
And I always say that to love yourself is the beginning of a life-long romance. And after watching you, I know that you and you will be very happy together.
Just a minute, sweetheart. I don't recall dismissing you.
You rude, ...
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i enjoy watching jerry lewis's movies and this one is an all-time classic! the story is out of the ordinary and that's what makes it fun and enjoyable. it's very interesting to watch jerry's cute mannerisms such as:running his tongue over his teeth, stuttering [especially towards stella]and that memorable voice. i find the proffesor kelp character much more appealing then buddy love. b.l. can get on one's nerves with his smooth fonzie/gangster attitude. one of the best scenes in the movie was when j.l. sings "that old black magic". stella stevens portrays stella very well but how could a student/teacher marriage be looked upon? a must see and definetly a classic!
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