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  • Actors: Jerry Lewis
  • Format: Full length, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001L2FMJU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 136,668 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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English and german audio, german release:

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Despite its dire reputation, 60s space-age sex comedy Way... Way Out isn't the disaster it's been painted, but much of the comedy - which probably wasn't that strong to begin with - has dated badly now the moral compass has shifted and the Soviet Union has fallen. So have the sets, costumes and design of the film, but along with its good use of the CinemaScope frame and the vivid color they now have a retro-cool 60s look that's probably more appealing now than when it came out. The same can't be said of the plot as Robert Morley's head of NASA tries to get Jerry Lewis to marry Connie Stevens before sending them to take over a weather station on the Moon after the two previous male incumbents (Dennis Weaver and Howard Morris) go stir crazy and spend their time alternately attacking each other or trying to grope Anita Ekberg's cosmonaut.

The battle of the sexes sparring between Lewis and Stevens (looking remarkably like a blonde Debbie Reynolds) needed a sharper script and the likes of Rock Hudson and Doris Day to work, with the film so uncertain of where it wants to go once it reaches the Moon it throws everything into the pot and tries it on for size before forgetting about it and trying something else, feeling as if each reel was written, Casino Royale '67 style, by a team who didn't know what the others were doing and then patched together as it lurches from dealing with the psychotic departing astronauts to will they/won't they consummate sparring to partying with Anita Ekberg and a typically OTT Dick Shawn's unmarried Russian cosmonauts to a punchup in a crater to the threat of WWIII to the race to be the first couple to have a baby on the moon...
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Format: DVD
Film: 7/10
Picture Quality: 6,5/10
Aspect ratio: 2,35:1 (orig.)
Runtime: 1 38'38" (orig.: 1 41')
Audio: D; GB - Dolby 1.0
ST: -
Chpt.: 17
RC 2
Extras:
-original US-titles/credit roll
-38 fotos
-4 scenes restored
ASIN: B001AC6SQ2
Studio: Savoy/Sunfilm

Non-remastered print. Colors in film picture may be lacking in vibrancy, but its original Cinemascope presentation looks considerably good with very few exceptions (scratches, dirt eg. TC 00:17:15-50).
English audio missing at: TC 00:29:00-32:30; 00:58:40-59:20; 01:27:52-28:36. These passages might have been cut from US-release?

Bonus features contain filmposters (courtesy of collector Martin Hentschel) from around the globe; 2 of them may be mistakingly from "Living It Up", 1954?
Cast includes: Anita Ekberg, Connie Stevens, Robert Morley, Dick Shawn, Dennis Weaver.
Seems to be the only DVD version of this film around at the time.
If you can do with minor flaws (cuts, image, soundtrack) this DVD is nice to have for every Jerry Lewis aficionado!
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I am a fan of Jerry lewis and love all his movies. I do collect all of them. Way way Out I thought would be great but I would not give it a 5 star. There is better movies out there. Picture quality is not so good and even through out the movie on two to three occasions german language is spoken. The price that is asked for this movies is not worth paying for.
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A few (very few) laughs, I'm kind of glad the other reviewers also had problems with the English/German mix soundtrack as I thought it was some sort of pressing fault on my DVD. I can't imagine no English audio exists for the scenes themselves. At least it's nice to have in one's collection.
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