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2.5
37 Ratings

Out to Sea

Directed by Martha Coolidge
United States, 1997
Comedy, Romance

Synopsis

Con artist Charlie persuades his widower brother-in-law, Herb, to join him on a cruise to meet lonely, rich ladies. But he doesn’t mention that they’ll be working as dance hosts and posing as wealthy bachelors.

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Out to Sea Directed by Martha Coolidge

Critics reviews

I can’t really say that Robert Nelson Jacobs’s predictable script is anything special. But director Martha Coolidge’s warmth, grace, and generosity in handling not just this team but a fleet of talented troupers — above all Dyan Cannon, Gloria De Haven, Donald O’Connor, and Elaine Stritch, but also Brent Spiner, Hal Linden, Edward Mulhare, and Rue McClanahan — make much of this a genuinely joyful experience, and the dancing alone is well worth seeing.
July 04, 1997
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