Here's a funny little number based, as it happens, on a night in the life of Errol Flynn, when he showed up drunk to appear on Sid Caesar's variety show. O'Toole plays a Flynn-esque swashbuckler, Bologna is faux Sid, and Linn-Baker (pre Perfect Strangers) is their go-between. Touching and altogether happy, this is an easy Favorite.
Possibly Neil Simon's most morbid play, James Caan plays a widower who finds love a second time in catty Marsha Mason. Their whirlwind romance comprises the over-long but occasionally funny tragicomedy, one of Simon's lesser-known works but certainly one of the films that's closest to his heart.