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The Swinger (1966)

An authoress writes a steaming sex-novel and proceeds to live out her heroine's adventures.

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Goody-goody girl journalist Kelly Olsson (Ann-Margret Olsson) poses as a "swinger" to impress the horny stud editor of "Girl-lure" men's magazine (Tony Franciosa) to get him to publish her steaming sex story instead of her posing as his next nude centerfold. She spends the rest of the movie convincing the Girl-lure staff she is the girl in the story she has written about. Written by alfiehitchie

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19 June 1967 (Sweden)  »

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Ann-Margret rides a 500cc Triumph T100C Tiger motorcycle in the film. Later, she herself featured in Triumph Motorcycles's official advertisements in the USA. See more »

Quotes

Sir Hubert Charles: I know, I know! It's been said that Sir Hubert, here, has a dirty mind. Well, I just can't help it!
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References Nudes of All Nations (1962) See more »

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The Swinger
Lyrics by Dory Previn
Music by André Previn
Arranged by John Williams (as Johnny Williams)
Performed by Ann-Margret
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For bad movie lovers this will be heaven, all others beware!
10 October 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Attention all bad movie lovers this one's for you! Part bad photo shoot-part wildly politically incorrect girlie show. The kind of lame brained junk the studios thought would connect with the youth of the sixties, the only people you can imagine this would speak to are lovers of camp. Be prepared to be practically blinded by the overload of color, some scenes have so much neon yellow and red you'll need sunglasses. That this horror show was directed by George Sidney who in better times was responsible for Show Boat, Kiss Me Kate and other classics boggles the mind. Leering and sexist as well as stupid and absurd this is an outlandish artifact of it's time. It is truly bad from beginning to the very end complete with Batman fight graphics such as POOWWW!!!!!! and ZAP!!


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