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Funny realism for the year it was filmed, 1964
valoratree from United States
15 February 2015
I think this film would have benefited if John Gabriel's character,
Larry, would have had yet one more semi-serious romantic involvement.
He is obviously fond of little blond Vickie, is driving Marcia's Ford
Mustang, is trying to work out a prior get-together with Gwen the
vacationer, and is certainly known by other girls at the hotel where he
works. But still, kinda funny as it is, ONE MORE distinct girlfriend
would have brought the whole thing into focus.
This film might be subtitled, "No-sex and the College Girl" in
comparison to today's standards in films rated for a general audience,
as it doesn't have any explicit sex.
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