Come Blow Your Horn by Neil SimonFull Length, Comedy / Characters: 3 male, 4 female
Neil Simons first Broadway comedy smash. Alan Baker, a 30-ish swinging bachelor with time, money and women to spare, welcomes rebellious and eager 21-year brother Buddy into his den of iniquity while their horrified parents can only watch and pray. This farcical 60s romp became a hit movie starring Frank Sinatra.
A slick, lively, funny comedy.-The New York Times
Come and Blow the Horn
Alan Baker, a ish swinging bachelor with time, money and women to spare, welcomes rebellious and eager year brother Buddy into his den of iniquity while their horrified parents can only watch and pra…. Alan Baker, a ish swinging bachelor with time, money and women to spare, welcomes rebellious and eager year brother Buddy into his den of iniquity while their horrified parents can only watch and pray. This farcical 60's romp became a hit movie starring Frank Sinatra. American playwright and screenwriter Neil Simon is widely regarded as one of the most successful, prolific and performed playwrights in the world. No account yet? Create one.
It was shot in Skattungbyn outside of Orsa ,  and was first screened in Orsa in September ,  and later had its Swedish premiere in the pornographic theater Fenix in Stockholm on 25 September The film has gained notoriety in Sweden, particularly the horn blowing sequence and the masturbation scene where an actress uses a sizable sausage falukorv as a dildo. The film takes place in rural Dalecarlia.
IN Neil Simon's ''Come Blow Your Horn,'' the author's alter ego, a character named Buddy Baker, tells his father he is thinking about writing plays for television or the theater. His father would prefer him to go into the family's wax-fruit business, and warns him: ''Plays can close. Television you turn off. Wax fruit lays in a bowl till you're a hundred. Ignoring the father's dire prophecy, Mr. Simon turned his back on wax fruit, metaphorical or otherwise. In the play, Buddy's future is, as yet undetermined.
Buddy Baker is bored living with his parents. He goes to the big-city apartment of older brother Alan, who works for their father's artificial-fruit company but never lets business interfere with a good time. A confirmed bachelor, Alan is all too willing to teach his younger brother a few tricks, improve his wardrobe, even introduce him to Peggy, a girl with an apartment upstairs. Alan's steadiest companion is Connie, but even she's running out of patience with his lack of interest in settling down. A jealous husband accuses Alan of running around with his wife and beats him up. Alan begins rethinking his life. He proposes marriage to Connie and then intervenes when he hears that his own parents are contemplating a divorce.