Writer Neil Simon originally intended "The Out of Towners" to be a segment of the play of Plaza Suite (1971). It was entitled "Visitor from Toledo" and was intended to open the play on Broadway but was cut during the rehearsal period. Simon once described the one-act to the 'Newark Evening News' as being "...about a man who came to New York from out of town and lost his luggage. He got there in the middle of a transit strike. It was snowing. So after he had checked into the Plaza [Hotel] he had this monologue. We put 'Plaza Suite' into rehearsal, and after about the fifth day [the director] 'Mike Nichols' said 'We just have too much show here. If we include that monologue, the curtain will be coming down at midnight'". See more »
When Henry is singing in the shower and 'butt-flossing', it's apparent that he's wearing dark-colored boxer shorts. See more »
The Out Of Towners a good clean fun comedy starring one of my favourite comedy actress' Goldie Hawn and Steve Martin.The Out Of Towners is a movie about a married couple played by Hawn and Martin and there adventures in New York. You shouldn't expect to much of this movie, just the fact that's it's a good fun movie with good performances
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