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The Screwiest Comedy of the Year!
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An out of work Method actor is hired by a male model, an ecdysiast, and a car salesman who live together to save money... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Highly underrated, outrageous film that's truely overlooked See more (4 total) »

Cast

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Mamie Van Doren ... Saxie Symbol

Tommy Noonan ... Tom
Ziva Rodann ... Dr. Myra Von
Paul Gilbert ... Joe Lynch
John Cronin ... Bruce Bernard
Howard Koch ... Dr. Otis Salverson (as Peter Howard)
T.C. Jones ... Henry
Charles Irving ... R.L. Katz
Alvy Moore ... Sutter T. Finley
Marjorie Bennett ... Mrs. Berkeley-Kent
Arthur Gould-Porter ... Mr. Blyth
Patrick O'Moore ... Edwards (as Pat O'Moore)
Jennie Lee ... Miss Griswald
Jimmy Cross ... Drunk
Curt Mercer ... 1st Crook
Richard Normoyle ... 2nd Crook
Frank Kreig ... Bartender
Pat Noone ... Miss Frisbee
Kathy Waniata ... Schoolteacher
Phil Arnold ... Television Technician
Robert Kenneally ... Lennie
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ray Dannis ... Bit Role (uncredited)
Anthony Eisley ... Fred (uncredited)
Damon Knight ... Bit Role (uncredited)
Loyal T. Lucas ... Bit Role (uncredited)
Leslie Snyder ... Bit Role (uncredited)

Directed by
Tommy Noonan 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ian McGlashan 
Tommy Noonan 

Produced by
Ian McGlashan .... producer
Tommy Noonan .... producer
 
Original Music by
Phil Moody 
 
Cinematography by
Fouad Said 
 
Film Editing by
William Martin 
 
Production Design by
Carroll Ballard 
 
Production Management
William Magginetti .... production manager
 
Art Department
Jesse Slaughter .... prop master
 
Other crew
Ward Ellis .... choreographer
 

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Also Known As:
"3 Nuts and a Bolt" - USA (alternative title)
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78 min
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Black and White | Color (Eastmancolor)
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Although it's still unclear exactly what it means, Mamie Van Doren's baffling sign-off line ("It sure don't taste like tomato juice!") is a take-off on a popular TV commercial (for V-8 tomato juice) of the era. (Clarification: V-8 Juice is red and has the same consistency as tomato juice, so the line from the commercial is [It looks like tomato juice, but] "It sure doesn't taste like tomato juice.")See more »
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References The Three Faces of Eve (1957)See more »
Soundtrack:
I Used To Be a Stripper Down on Main - Now I'm the Main Attraction on the StripSee more »

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5 out of 20 people found the following review useful.
Highly underrated, outrageous film that's truely overlooked, 2 September 2001
Author: David (Linzack@aol.com) from Los Angeles

What a breath of fresh air this movie is. It has the wit of Frasier, the physical antics of a Jim Carey picture and the insight into characters that has a real bent outlook on life. It's dark, funny and full of life. It certainly should be on anyone's overlooked list.

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