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The Big Mouth (1967)

 -  Comedy | Action | Crime  -  12 July 1967 (USA)
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Gerald Clamson / Syd Valentine
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Thor
Susan Bay ...
Suzie Cartwright
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Studs
Del Moore ...
Mr. Hodges
Paul Lambert ...
Moxie
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Bambi Berman
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Fong
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Rex
Frank De Vol ...
Bogart
Vern Rowe ...
Gunner
David Lipp ...
Lizard
Vincent Van Lynn ...
Fancher
Mike Mahoney ...
Detective #1
Walter Kray ...
Detective #2
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In an ocean of danger, He's the chicken of the sea!

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Features a cameo from Harland "Colonel" Sanders. See more »

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It is a great break from the routine movie, a chance to giggle and laugh.
28 January 2003 | by (New England) – See all my reviews

Jerry Lewis is a transitionalist between Vaudevillian slapstick and today's one liner comedic actors. In the Big Mouth, Jerry executes his humor with finesse. Younger audiences perhaps wouldn't enjoy this movie due to its lack of explicit sex, strong language, and graphic violence. That is exactly what makes this movie attractive. It is a great break from the routine movie, a chance to giggle and laugh. It is a good story that could be remade today into a suspense or comedy. Jerry shows his ability to be a flexible actor. Susan Bay was likewise good for her first starring role.


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