A Guide For The Married Man DVD

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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. An 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, Side Caesar, Art Carney, Phil Silvers... and Jayne Mansfield. Despite its delicate subject matter, this wild, wicked comedy is executed with such charm and affection that is won strong critical praise and was one of the top money-makers of its year. Special Features: Walter Matthau - Diamond in the Rough documentary Picture Gallery Original Theatrical Trailer Jayne Mansfield Documentary Trailer [show more]

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Released
22 April 2013
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Odeon Entertainment 
Classification
Runtime
87 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5060082517464 
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Gene Kelly directs this farcical romantic comedy starring Walter Matthau as a married man who is considering cheating on his wife. After being persuaded by best friend Ed Stander (Robert Morse) that being unfaithful will help keep his marriage strong, Paul Manning (Matthau) develops a wandering eye. While receiving guidance from Ed, Paul becomes ever-closer to betraying his wife Ruth (Inger Stevens). The film features a number of cameo appearances from stars including Lucille Ball, Jack Benny, Jayne Mansfield, Terry-Thomas and Phil Silvers.