Directed by Gene Saks • 1967 • United States
Starring Robert Redford, Jane Fonda, Charles Boyer
The first of Neil Simon’s hit Broadway plays to make it to the big screen arrives with all its charm and wit intact thanks to a top-flight cast. Jane Fonda and Robert Redford are the odd-couple newlyweds—she’s a liberated free spirit, he’s a stuffed-shirt lawyer—whose honeymoon bliss quickly gives way to the realities of married life when they move into a Greenwich Village walk-up populated by a host of colorful neighbors. Charles Boyer and an Oscar-nominated Mildred Natwick costar as the elder singles Fonda attempts to fix up.