Odd Couple

Odd Couple may refer to:

  • The Odd Couple, a 1965 stage play by Neil Simon
    • The Odd Couple (film), a 1968 film based on the play
      • The Odd Couple (TV series), a 1970–1975 television show based on the film
  • Odd Couple (film), a 1979 kung fu movie
  • The Odd Couple (album), a music recording by Gnarls Barkley

Other articles related to "odd couple, odd":

Twelve Angry Men - Homages
... Matters, The Dead Zone, Early Edition, The Odd Couple, King of the Hill, Matlock, 7th Heaven, Veronica Mars, Monk, Hey Arnold!, Peep Show (TV series), My Wife and Kids, Robot Chicken ... In The Odd Couple, Oscar Madison, who served on a similar type of jury, was played by Jack Klugman, who played Juror No ... Further Odd Couple parallels to the film include John Fiedler (who featured as Oscar's friend in the film) and the fact that Felix takes the role of Juror No ...
The Odd Couple - Female Version
... In 1985, Neil Simon revised The Odd Couple for a female cast ... The Female Odd Couple was based on the same story line and same lead characters, now called Florence Ungar and Olive Madison ... The Female Odd Couple opened on Broadway at the Broadhurst Theatre on June 11, 1985 and closed on February 23, 1986 after 295 performances and nine previews ...
The Odd Couple (film)
... The Odd Couple is a 1968 American comedy film written by Neil Simon, based on his play The Odd Couple, directed by Gene Saks, and starring Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau ...
List Of Films: N–O - O - Oa-Om
... October Ten Days That Shook the World (1927) Octopus (2002) Octopussy (1983) The Odd Angry Shot (1979) Odd Couple (1979) The Odd Couple (1968) The Odd Couple ...

Famous quotes containing the words couple and/or odd:

    For a couple with young children, divorce seldom comes as a “solution” to stress, only as a way to end one form of pain and accept another.
    Fred Rogers (20th century)

    It is odd but agitation or contest of any kind gives a rebound to my spirits and sets me up for a time.
    George Gordon Noel Byron (1788–1824)