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What's Up Front! (1964)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 29 April 1964 (USA)
A small-town boy saves a brassiere company from going bankrupt by becoming the world's greatest door-to-door bra salesman.

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Tommy Holden ...
Homer L. Pettigrew
Marilyn Manning ...
Candy Cotton
Carolyn Walker ...
Pamela Johnson
Carmen Bonacci ...
August Poe
Arch Hall Sr. ...
Cash Johnson (as William Watters)
Nancy Czar ...
Mrs. Smythe
Mary Jane Neese ...
Joan
Barbara Ballar ...
Mable
Sonja Newberg ...
Maid
Joan Howard ...
Farmer's wife
David Reed ...
Farmer
Jack Sword ...
Alf (husband)
Vicki Lee ...
'Baby'
Cal Larson ...
The Chief
Don Schneider ...
Minister
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A small-town boy saves a brassiere company from going bankrupt by becoming the world's greatest door-to-door bra salesman.

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29 April 1964 (USA)  »

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A Fourth for Marriage  »

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Title of film (about a door-to-door bra salesman) is a double entendre takeoff on a popular Winston cigarette advertising slogan of the day: "It's What's Up Front That Counts." See more »

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Happy childhood memory
21 June 2004 | by (Atlanta) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie when I was a kid and remember thinking it was so stupid it was hilarious. It came on this old cable channel and it was rerun about every week. I must have seen it 20 times. My father watched it with me once and thought it was the worst movie he'd ever seen, but laughed the whole way through. For the next twenty years, he would bring up "the bra salesman movie" and crack up.

This was a surprisingly clean movie, as everything was "suggested" rather than crude. The acting was terrible, on par with a porno film. Actually, many of the situations in the film were basic porno set-ups, but without the payoffs.

I wish I could see it again, for nostalgia alone.


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