Dean Martin Double Feature

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Friends don't let friends mess around on the side in the comedy How to Save a Marriage, though it quickly becomes obvious that making this happen isn't as easy as it may sound. When David Sloane Dean Martin, a single lawyer with an eye for the ladies, learns that his best friend, Harry Hunter Eli Wallach, has been cheating on his wife, he finds himself worried for his pal and decides to help him get his life back on the straight and narrow. David thinks that Harry is having an affair with his secretary, Carol ...
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Overview

Friends don't let friends mess around on the side in the comedy How to Save a Marriage, though it quickly becomes obvious that making this happen isn't as easy as it may sound. When David Sloane Dean Martin, a single lawyer with an eye for the ladies, learns that his best friend, Harry Hunter Eli Wallach, has been cheating on his wife, he finds himself worried for his pal and decides to help him get his life back on the straight and narrow. David thinks that Harry is having an affair with his secretary, Carol Corman Stella Stevens, so David begins romancing her himself, and soon he has Carol installed in a cozy love nest of their own. However, David has been using his seductive powers on the wrong woman; Harry has actually been fooling around with Muriel Laszlo Anne Jackson, who lives nearby. When David tells Harry that he's stolen his mistress away from him, Harry isn't sure what's going on, but the message has the intended effect, and Harry patches things up with his wife Mary Katherine Bard. But when Carol and Muriel compare notes, they decide that something is fishy, and the two draw up a series of demands -- Muriel insists that Harry leave Mary and marry her, while Carol wants David to make it legal with her.
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Special Features

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/12/2006
  • UPC: 043396167223
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  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 3:36:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 51,930

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Dean Martin Primary Artist
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Who Was That Lady?/How to Save a Marriage (And Ruin Your Life)
1. Caught [3:57]
2. An Agent for the FBI [13:12]
3. Convincing Her [14:14]
4. The Real FBI [7:40]
5. A Special Assignment [12:53]
6. The Coogle Sisters [7:45]
7. Ann and the FBI [6:56]
8. "A Juxtaposition of Unfortunate Circumstance" [9:30]
9. We Need You [14:41]
10. Real FBI Work [9:27]
11. Submarine? [9:42]
12. Ann's Qualities [3:38]
1. Executive Potential [11:51]
2. Pleading Their Case [6:20]
3. Martinis and Talk of Women [8:00]
4. A Very Special Evening? [6:17]
5. The Challenge [16:25]
6. The Breakup Note [5:27]
7. "It's Torture" [8:58]
8. A Woman Scorned [10:26]
9. Downfall of David Sloane [7:12]
10. Frontier Justice [8:21]
11. Pension for Mistresses [6:33]
12. Happily Ever After [6:24]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Who Was That Lady?/How to Save a Marriage (And Ruin Your Life)
   Who Was That Lady?
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         The Da Vinci Code
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   How to Save a Marriage (And Ruin Your Life)
      Play Movie
      Subtitles
         English
         Subtitles Off
      Scene Selections
      Previews
         The Da Vinci Code
         The Premiere Frank Capra DVD Collection
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  • Posted June 13, 2011

    Dean Martin: The King of Cool

    I love Dean Martin. And I love these two movies. They're hilarious. They even got my father to laugh, and that's hard to do since he's not too crazy about movies (though he, too, likes Dean Martin). Dean was nominated for a Golden Globe award for Who Was That Lady? In my opinion he should have won. My favorite of the two would be Who Was That Lady, and there's this one scene where Dean is convincing Tony that he's an FBI agent, and he starts to talk real fast, and then at the end he calls Tony a monkey, and the way he does it is hilarious.

    If you love Dean Martin and don't have this, buy it. You won't regret it, or at least I don't. If you have never seen anything of Dean's, this would be a decent start.

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