The Out of Towners

The Out of Towners (1970)

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Corrected entry: In the scene on the airplane, Jack Lemmon and Sandy Dennis are first seen sitting on the right side of the cabin, and later sitting on the left.

Correction: During the flight, as they are approaching New York, George pulls Gwen to the opposite side of the plane to get a better view of the city skyline and they sit in two empty seats on that side. They remained in those seats when they were told to fasten their seat belts. You could do such things in 1970, when strict seating assignment was not enforced and planes were often flying with many empty seats.


Visible crew/equipment: In the shot in central park a microphone from the crew appears in the top right hand corner of the screen as the couple are walking along. Spotted in a video version of the film.

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Gwen Kellerman: George, I can't walk and you can't carry me. And there are no buses, or taxis, and no car is going to stop to pick up bleeding strangers.
George Kellerman: It's not safe in the park at night.
Gwen Kellerman: We have already been robbed and kidnapped. We have nothing to lose but four cents. Please, George.
George Kellerman: Suppose it rains again?
Gwen Kellerman: I am so wet now, it can only make me drier.

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