Three on a Couch (1966)

109 mins | Comedy | 1966

Director:

Jerry Lewis

Producer:

Jerry Lewis

Cinematographer:

Wallace Kelley

Production Designer:

Leo Kuter

Production Company:

Jerry Lewis Productions
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CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANY
DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTORS
Asst dir
1st & 2nd asst dir
PRODUCERS
Assoc prod
WRITERS
Story
Story
PHOTOGRAPHY
Dir of photog
Addl photog
ART DIRECTOR
Art dir
FILM EDITORS
Film ed
Film ed
SET DECORATOR
Set dec
COSTUMES
Cost des
Men's ward
Men's ward
MUSIC
Mus comp & cond
SOUND
Sd supv
Audio visual
MAKEUP
Makeup supv
Makeup
Hairstyles
Hairstyles
PRODUCTION MISC
Unit prod mgr
Scr supv
Dial coach
SOURCES
SONGS
"A Now and a Later Love," music by Louis Y. Brown, lyrics by Jerry Lewis and Lil Mattis, sung by Danny Costello.
PERFORMER
DETAILS
Premiere Information:
Cleveland opening: 22 June 1966
Copyright Claimant:
Jerry Lewis Productions
Copyright Date:
1 July 1966
Copyright Number:
LP32758
Physical Properties:
Sound
Color
Pathé
Duration(in mins):
109
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Commercial artist Christopher Pride receives a $10,000 commission to design a mural in Paris and tries to persuade his fiancée, Dr. Elizabeth Acord, a psychiatrist, to marry him and honeymoon in Paris. Elizabeth refuses to leave her practice, however, because her three female patients with extreme hostility toward men should not be abandoned in analysis. Determined to marry Elizabeth, Chris decides to assume three different disguises and woo the patients. After successfully accomplishing this task, the patients are greatly improved, and Elizabeth and Chris board the ship for France, where they will marry. Unknown to Chris, Elizabeth has asked the women to come and see them off; when they each recognize Chris as their new boyfriend, Elizabeth is furious and refuses to sail. The women advise her not to make the same mistake they did, and Elizabeth rejoins ... +


Commercial artist Christopher Pride receives a $10,000 commission to design a mural in Paris and tries to persuade his fiancée, Dr. Elizabeth Acord, a psychiatrist, to marry him and honeymoon in Paris. Elizabeth refuses to leave her practice, however, because her three female patients with extreme hostility toward men should not be abandoned in analysis. Determined to marry Elizabeth, Chris decides to assume three different disguises and woo the patients. After successfully accomplishing this task, the patients are greatly improved, and Elizabeth and Chris board the ship for France, where they will marry. Unknown to Chris, Elizabeth has asked the women to come and see them off; when they each recognize Chris as their new boyfriend, Elizabeth is furious and refuses to sail. The women advise her not to make the same mistake they did, and Elizabeth rejoins Chris. +

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Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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