Out to Sea Movie Review 1997

Information and Film Reviews for Out to Sea the Movie

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Charlie (Matthau) persuades brother-in-law Herb (Lemmon) to become a dance instructor aboard a cruise ship so they can meet women and con them out of money. Charlie sets his sights on feisty socialite Liz (Cannon), while Herb romances Vivian (DeHaven), who's tagging along on her daughter's honeymoon. Both of these "salty old dogs" have to avoid the wrath of militaristic cruise director Gil (Spiner). The duo still has great comic timing, as they continue to defy the odds that this is the one that's gonna flop. Great supporting cast, which includes O'Connor in a couple of nifty dance scenes, seems to be having a great time.

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Available on VHS
Running time 109 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Sail Away, Dance Fever, Mexico, Screen Teams: Lemmon & Matthau, Scams, Stings & Cons, Not-So-True Identity, Gambling, Buddies, Honeymoon
Screenplay
Robert Nelson Jacobs, Danny Jacobson
Cast
Joe (Johnny) Viterelli, Walter Matthau, Jack Lemmon, Dyan Cannon, Gloria De Haven, Brent Spiner, Elaine Stritch, Hal Linden, Donald O'Connor, Edward Mulhare, Rue McClanahan
Cinematography
Lajos Koltai
Director
Martha Coolidge
Music
David Newman
Producer
John Davis, David T. Friendly, Dylan Sellers, Barry Berg, Davis Entertainment Company

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