The Out-of-Towners (1970) trailer





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Published on Nov 3, 2010

The Out-of-Towners is a 1970 comedy film written by Neil Simon (Barefoot in the Park, The Odd Couple), directed by Arthur Hiller, and starring Jack Lemmon and Sandy Dennis as George & Gwen Kellerman, a couple from the fictional rural town of Twin Oaks, Ohio who takes an trip to New York City for a job position for George.

George's job has offered him a promotion as Vice-president of Sales for the New York City division of a plastic precision instrument company. So for his 9:00am interview, George brings his wife Gwen on an overnight trip to the city with a planned itinerary which includes a night's stay at the Waldorf-Astoria and a dinner at the Four Seasons Restaurant. However bad things start to occur: a huge fog diverts the flight to Boston, the airline loses their luggage, they missed the train to Grand Central Station (although they barely made it at the next stop), the train is filled way to capacity with very little food in the cafe car, a huge transit, taxi, and sanitation strike occurs upon arrival in New York, the hotel gave away their room after their 10:00pm hold, then a couple of muggings, etc. Despite all the incidents and the threats to sue all persons and/or the companies, George makes his 9:00am meeting. But is that what George and Gwen really want?

Source: Copyright (C) 1969, 1970 Paramount Pictures Corporation and Jalem Productions, Inc. All Rights Reserved

No copyright infringment was intended for the movie trailer. Viacom owns the Paramount library.


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