Out to Sea


Out to Sea
Out to Sea
Título Por rumbas y a lo loco (España)
Bailando sobre el mar (Hispanoamérica)
Ficha técnica
Dirección Martha Coolidge
Dirección artística William F. Matthews
Producción Barry M. Berg
Dylan Sellers
Diseño de producción James H. Spencer
Guion Robert Nelson Jacobs
Música David Newman
Fotografía Lajos Koltai
Montaje Anne V. Coates
Vestuario Jane Robinson
Reparto Jack Lemmon
Walter Matthau
Dyan Cannon
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Datos y cifras
País(es) Estados Unidos
Año 1997
Género Comedia
Duración 106 min.
Clasificación PG-13
Idioma(s) Inglés
Compañías
Productora Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
Davis Entertainment
Distribución Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
Recaudación U$D 29.022.252 (USA)
Ficha en IMDb
Ficha en FilmAffinity


Out to Sea (Por rumbas y a lo loco en España y Bailando sobre el mar en Hispanoamérica) es una comedia del año 1997, dirigida por Martha Coolidge y protagonizada por Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau y Dyan Cannon.


Argumento

Charlie convence a su cuñado viudo Herb para que lo acompañe en un crucero de lujo con todos los gastos pagos, para buscar mujeres solas y ricas. El único problema es que deben ser instructores de baile. Con un tiránico director de crucero, la sexy Liz y la amorosa Vivian, los protagonistas enfrentarán muchos problemas y aventuras antes de volver al puerto.

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  • Out to Sea — Theatrical release poster Directed by Martha Coolidge Produced by …   Wikipedia

  • put out to sea — put (out) to sea : to leave a port, harbor, etc., and begin traveling on the sea The ship put to sea. We will dock tonight and put out to sea tomorrow. • • • Main Entry: ↑sea …   Useful english dictionary

  • put (out) to sea — leave land on a voyage. → sea …   English new terms dictionary

  • put (out) to sea — idi put (out) to sea, to embark on a sea voyage …   From formal English to slang

  • put (out) to sea — put (out) to ˈsea idiom to leave a port or ↑harbour by ship or boat Main entry: ↑seaidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • sea — W1S3 [si:] n [: Old English; Origin: sA] 1.) [singular, U] the large area of salty water that covers much of the earth s surface = ↑ocean ▪ Jay stripped his clothes off and ran into the sea. ▪ All the rooms have sea views. ▪ The sea was perfectly …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • sea — [ si ] noun MAINLY BRITISH *** singular or uncount the large area of salt water that covers most of the surface of the Earth: Tim went swimming in the sea. He had a room overlooking the sea. We re renting a house by the sea (=close to the sea).… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Sea bathing — is swimming in the sea or in sea water. Unlike bathing in a swimming pool, which is generally done for pleasure or exercise purposes, sea bathing was once thought to have curative or therapeutic value. It arose from the medieval practice of… …   Wikipedia

  • sea wall — sea walled, adj. a strong wall or embankment to prevent the encroachments of the sea, serve as a breakwater, etc. [bef. 1000; ME; OE: cliff over the sea] * * * sea wall noun A wall to keep out the sea • • • Main Entry: ↑sea * * * sea wall UK US …   Useful english dictionary


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