The Seven Year Itch by George AxelrodWell written, funny, witty...this play would be thoroughly charming if it werent so completely disgusting. Richard, a self-absorbed twat, is feeling sorry for himself while his son and wife of seven years are on vacation. Through his frequent on-stage daydreams he expresses his inner thought about himself and those around him. Essentially, it boils down to him thinking his fidelity for seven years in the face of many (probably imaginary) temptations entitles him to a one night stand. Immediately after, that dog in the manger gets scared the chick will tell on him and he convinces himself his wife would shoot him and then herself if she found out. Extremely well written with great stage directions...I just want to barf when I think about how this work winks at infidelity. Yuck!!!
The Seven Year Itch
Sign in. The star of " The Boys " has a great Watchlist that she can't stop re-watching. Watch now. Title: The Seven Year Itch Three women set out to find eligible millionaires to marry, but find true love in the process. When two male musicians witness a mob hit, they flee the state in an all-female band disguised as women, but further complications set in.
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Despite the script's cleverness, the presence of Tom Ewell, who is a first rate comedian and Oscar What counts is that laughs come thick and fast, that the general entertainment is light and gay. Although it was directed by Billy Wilder, this CinemaScope classic sometimes seems presided o Monroe flaunts her attributes too blatantly, and seems less human because of it, while George Axel So arresting is Monroe's presence that when she's not on-screen, we wait impatiently, wondering, W This is a wonderful comedy performance. So too, somewhat surprisingly, is Marilyn Monroe's.