Boeing (707) Boeing (707)1965

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Boeing (707) Boeing (707)
Directed by:
John Rich

Starring Tony Curtis, Jerry Lewis, Dany Saval, Christiane Schmidtmer, Suzanna Leigh and Thelma Ritter, "Boeing (707) Boeing (707)" (also known as "Boeing Boeing", "Boeing-Boeing") is a Comedy film directed by John Rich, and written by Edward Anhalt, released on December 22 of 1965 in the USA.

The Big Comedy of Nineteen-Sexty-Sex!

Who is the director of "Boeing (707) Boeing (707)":

Boeing (707) Boeing (707) was directed by John Rich, an American director, and writer.

Before directing Boeing (707) Boeing (707), John Rich had directed Roustabout, released in 1964. Since, he directed Easy Come, Easy Go, released in 1967.

When was "Boeing (707) Boeing (707)" released:

Boeing (707) Boeing (707) was first released in the United States on Wednesday, December 22, 1965. Also released on this day were Doctor Zhivago (dir. David Lean) and Do Not Disturb (dir. Ralph Levy). This was fifty-three (53) years ago.

It has been released on Monday, June 13, 1966 in the United Kingdom and on Friday, February 18, 1966 in Germany.

Who is at the casting of "Boeing (707) Boeing (707)":

At the casting of Boeing (707) Boeing (707) we find Tony Curtis, previously seen in The Great Race (1965) and Sex and the Single Girl (1964); Jerry Lewis (The Family Jewels (1965), Who's Minding the Store? (1963)); Dany Saval (Constance aux enfers (1963), Les Sept péchés capitaux (1962)) [ more... ]

  • Tony Curtis and Lomax Study also appeared in The Purple Mask, released in 1955.
  • Thelma Ritter and Lomax Study also worked together in A New Kind of Love, released in 1963.

What is the Storyline of "Boeing (707) Boeing (707)":

Bernard Lawrence (Tony Curtis) is an American journalist stationed in Paris, France. A playboy, he has devised an ingenious system for juggling three different girlfriends: by dating stewardesses who are assigned to international routes on non-intersecting flight schedules, only one woman is in the country at any given time. He has their comings and goings timetabled with such precision that he can drop off his British United Airways girlfriend (Suzanna Leigh) for her outgoing flight and pick up his inbound [...]

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