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This film has been buried for years although it was ahead of its time upon its release.
The acting is what is expected from two great actors, and the plot moves swiftly with a highly intelligent and entertaining screenplay.
It's about an odd couple (Burton & Harrison) who share the same house and barber shop. The humor rises from their contradicted personalities and points of view, yet they share genuine compassion for each other.
It is not openly discussing homosexuality but rather subtly hinting at the topic given the era of the film's release.
It is a feel-good movie about friendship, compassion , and appreciating those who love and care about us no matter what.
Warner Archive, Sony Select, Universal Vault, most of MGM Limited give us the correct aspect ratio, most enchanced to 16:9 screens. Why does Fox give us Pan and Scan or widescreen 4:3 versions? It is a disgrace!
Staircase would have been more involving if it were 16:9, but it isn't.
The dialogue is quite witty and for the most part hilarious.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A bizarre film that probably never should have been made, but which is hugely enjoyable. Good copyPublished 4 months ago by Eric White
Richard Burton and Rex Harrison play a gay couple who own a barber shop and they do an unbelieveably great job, which is a tribute to their acting. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Judith A. Carlson
Move is not full screen, black shadow box. Probably would be more helpful if you understood the Queen's English as here in the U.S.A. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Karolyn Oman
This production has two gay characters that are totally pathetic in situations that ware horrible. The writing and acting seems to be totally geared toward painting gays as sick... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Brad
Two great actors in a realistic and moving film.The master is very good.
The DVD is non-anamorphic letterbox. A must see.
I felt like this movie could not make up its mind. Is it funny? Is it a drama? Is it supposed to be sending a message? If so, what is it? Wow. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Lawrence J. Ukolowicz
This movie is like a gay version of "Whose Afraid of Virginia Wolf" (without the surprise ending). The two men in "Staircase" bicker, snap, and insult one another. Read morePublished on December 26, 2013 by Pumpkin Toss
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