|Rest of cast listed alphabetically:|
Coney Island attendant (uncredited)
Woman in Car (uncredited)
Irate Motorist (uncredited)
|Gordon Carroll||...||executive producer|
|Harold F. Kress|
|Virginia Jones||...||hair stylist|
|Ben Lane||...||makeup supervisor|
|Howard Pine||...||unit production manager|
|David Salven||...||first assistant director|
|Steve Siporin||...||second assistant director (uncredited)|
|William Randall||...||sound (as William Randall jr)|
|Charles J. Rice||...||sound supervisor|
|Geza Gaspar||...||special effects|
|Robert Willoughby||...||special still photographer|
|Willis Holman||...||orchestrator (as Bill Holman)|
|Irving Joseph||...||composer: song "Love Casts Its Shadow Over My Heart"|
|Betty Levin||...||script supervisor|
|Alan DeWitt||...||dialogue coach|
|Benjamin Jackson||...||title designer (as Lepard/Jackson)|
|Jeremy Lepard||...||title designer (as Lepard/Jackson)|
|Claire Nichtern||...||producer: stage play|
- Columbia Pictures (1967) (United States) (theatrical)
- Columbia Pictures Corporation (1967) (United Kingdom) (theatrical)
- Columbia Film (1967) (Sweden) (theatrical)
- Columbia-Bavaria Filmgesellschaft m.b.H. (1967) (West Germany) (theatrical)
- Kamera (1967) (Norway) (theatrical)
- Columbia Films S. A. (1969) (Mexico) (theatrical)
- American Broadcasting Company (ABC) (1971) (United States) (tv) (pan/scan)
- GoodTimes Home Video (1988) (United States) (VHS)
- Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (1996) (United States) (VHS)
- Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2012) (United States) (DVD)
- Mill Creek Entertainment (2014) (United States) (DVD)
Harry is a barely functional human. He meets an old friend who is having marital problems as Harry is about to leap off of a bridge. His friend decides that Harry is the man to take his wife away from him so that Milt can be with his girlfriend. Ellen and Harry have an instant attraction and in a short while Harry is wearing Milt's suits and Milt is free. But, Ellen soon discovers that Harry is the world's worst roommate.
Written by John Vogel
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I've always been lonely, Harry. You see, on the one had I possess a cold, calculating mind, sharp as a razor, incisive, penetrating, and men are afraid of that. It's a threat to their feelings of masculine superiority; my power of analysis, my photographic memory. They resent all that.
Harry Berlin: Yeah. Well some men are like that.
Ellen Manville: Ask me a question, Harry.
Harry Berlin: Eh?
Ellen Manville: Ask me a question.
Harry Berlin: Um, how many states did Al Smith win in the election in 1928?
Ellen Manville: In 1928, the presidential candidate Alfred E. Smith won eight states: Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Rhode Island and South Carolina.
Harry Berlin: You're right. I resent that.
Ellen Manville: You see!
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