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Funny stuff Archie.
this is really a good movie for all to watch, Dick Van Dyke and James Garner pull off a great comedic pair. I never would have thunk it, but they were great. I wish this movie would be shown on TCM more, like at least once, but I really wish it were on DVD. Start writing in everyone maybe that'll get them to put it out..
The Art Of Love
- Richard Maxwell
I saw this movie once, at the drive-in, on a Sunday night, after a family reunion, with my aunt, in 1965(?). I have only seen it that once, but it still sticks in my memory as one of my favorite movies. When I think about what I have lived through between then and now, it's a damn miracle I can remember yesterday, but I sure remember James Garner and Dick Van Dyke together. What a marvelous team. Angie Dickinson was great of course, but I was around 13 years old. It was Elke Sommer I was dreaming about, I think maybe for quite a few years after that Sunday night at the drive-in.
laugh out loud funny
Few movies have made me laugh out loud, and this is one that did. The disposal of the body and the trial scenes have stayed in memory even though I only saw the movie once. This is a much better movie than some of the films shown monthly on TV.
Great Fun - Dick Van Dyke, James Garner
A testimonial that James Garner and Dick Van Dyke can make a laugh-out-loud comedy, especially with a supporting cast including Angie Dickinson, Elke Sommers and Ethel Murman, even Carl Reiner. I hope it's shown often again.
Very good, very good.
This is an absolute dream movie. I love how both actors played their characters. You really need to see the antics of how love causes one man to turn on the other in this movie.
Garner & Van Dyke!
I've always had a soft spot for this silly liitle comedy especially since it stars two of cinema's favorites, James Garner and Dick van Dyke. I have a copy on VHS and pull it out when I'm feeling low. TCM should play this (a UA film so I assume they have it) just to finally see it in wide screen again. And where's the DVD?
- Bob Galvin-Oliphant
Dick Van Dyke and James Garner are good in this minor comedy.