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A Guide for the Married Man
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A Guide for the Married Man 1967

From Amazon: Director Gene Kelly demonstrates wonderful style and sophistication in this adult farce that stars Walter Matthau and Robert Morse as two husbands with one thing on their minds. Matthau is Paul Manning, a happily married "typical suburban male." Wanting other women but having no idea how to go about it, he turns to his friend, Ed (Morse), for a few tips on infidelity. And Ed willingly dishes up some of the funniest advice and anecdotes ever seen-brought to life by a top cast that includes Lucille Ball, Jack Benny, Joey Bishop, Sid Caesar, Art Carney, Phil Silvers and Jayne Mansfield. Despite its delicate subject matter, this wild, wicked...

Directed By:
No image existsGene Kelly
Written By:
No image existsFrank Tarloff
No image existsWalter Matthau
No image existsRobert Morse
No image existsInger Stevens
No image existsSue Ane Langdon
No image existsClaire Kelly
No image existsElaine Devry

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A Guide for the Married Man Movie Review by ManMachine (10/1/2017)

Clearly a product of its time - This 90-minute, one-note-joke, "adult" comedy spent it first 89 minutes trying its damnedest to convince every married man in the audience to cheat on his wife.

And then "Zap!" in its very last minute it did a total u-turn and told the guys to forget about it and just be happy with the...

(complete A Guide for the Married Man review by ManMachine)

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