Three men who have just been forced to retire convince their bank to finance their dream: To produce a line of clothing for senior citizens.

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Abe Mercer
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Louis Hammerstein
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Charlie Warren
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Moe
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Alice Grayson
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Matt
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Frances Mercer
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Tony Mercer
Laura Owens ...
Barbara Hammerstein
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Jennifer Benson
Jeffrey Lampert ...
Truck Driver (as Jeff Lampert)
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Eunice
Ben Slack ...
Frank Johnson
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Three men who have just been forced to retire convince their bank to finance their dream: To produce a line of clothing for senior citizens.

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6 March 1988 (USA)  »

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Nothing's Impossible  »

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Danny Kaye who was to star died before production. Gwen Verdon dropped out due to the death of her husband Bob Fosse. See more »

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surprised how much I liked it
29 December 2006 | by (Giltbrook, Nottingham, England, UK) – See all my reviews

I purchased this on DVD a few years ago, with the film _How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog (2000)_ (qv) was on the other side of the DVD. One of the things I liked about "Side by Side" was that it was funny, with the old fogeys poking fun at themselves and each other, and the main bit that really surprised me was the believability that two of the characters, Abe Mercer (Milton Berle) and Frances Mercer (Edith Fields) made you honestly believe that they could be married in real-life as well as being on-screen spouses. I particularly liked it when they tried to speak Russian (very badly!) to fool a news guy into thinking they were really Russian.


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