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Mary Stuart Masterson
Teddy is a middle-aged man who has a good wife, kids, friends and a fine job. You could say that he has everything he wants; but he doesn't. One day he sees a gorgeous woman in a red dress, and goes crazy! He must have her...Written by
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In the opening scene, Teddy Pierce is standing on a ledge in front of an open window. However, in the very next shot (a close-up), the window is closed. See more »
[buying a new suit]
Buddy, are you sure this style suits me?
You want to look good at funerals?
No, no. I'm just sayin', I wanna look nice, that's all.
Let me see. Put your arms down. Now you're cooking with Crisco!
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Outtakes and throwaway shots from scenes play over the end credits. There also appears to be an unused/deleted scene where Didi is seen fending of Shelly's advances outdoors. See more »
I first seen this movie years ago and really liked it, and now after checking it out again, it still has that magic. It also includes a fine cast of stars. Gene Wilder is pretty funny in this. There are plenty of gags too. But, unlike most comedy films, there is a decent and enjoyable storyline included as well. So I'd say there's something for everyone in this movie. It's romantic, funny, engaging and damn right crazy at times! Check it out! 8/10
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