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1968, Paramount , 105 min, Dir: Gene Saks

After his wife gives Felix Ungar (Jack Lemmon) the heave-ho, he seeks refuge in the apartment of Oscar Madison (Walter Matthau, a Tony winner for the original Broadway production). But Felix is a neat freak and Oscar a slob, and sparks soon fly in this hilarious adaptation of the hit Neil Simon play

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