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This movie I saw on the late show when I was a boy. It was quite late and I snuck into the living room and joined my father to watch TV. How ever I was laughing so hard at this movie it woke my mother, who thought I was in bed. So I missed the ending. I still remember it and that has been almost 40 years. The dialog was fast and funny anchored on an unusual plot. I only wish that It was available now so I could see how it ended.
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