I Just Watched... in General Discussions Posted July 20, 2019 23 hours ago, LawrenceA said: The Tiger Makes Out (1967) - 5/10 Comedy based on a play by Murray Shisgal, the same guy who wrote the play that Luv was based on. The two have some similarity, but this one worked a bit better. It's still nothing I need to ever revisit. Eli Wallach stars as an oddball NYC mailman who grows lonely and decides to kidnap a woman to be his mate. He intends to grab a young beauty, but instead takes unhappy middle-aged housewife Anne Jackson. Also featuring Bob Dishy, John Harkins, Ruth White, Rae Allen, Charles Nelson Reilly, Frances Sternhagen, Elizabeth Wilson, David Doyle, Joe Santos, James Luisi, John P. Ryan, Swoosie Kurtz, and Dustin Hoffman in his debut. I enjoyed seeing all the familiar faces in early roles, and Jackson is very good. Source: getTV This one was based on a stage double bill - "The Typists and The Tiger". It was a personal project for Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson.