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C'mon, Let's Live a Little (1967)

Standard boy-girl malt shoppe doings, with a free speech on campus sub-plot dropped in.

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Jesse Crawford
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Judy Grant
Eddie Hodges ...
Eddie Stewart
Suzie Kaye ...
Bee Bee Vendemeer
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Mrs. Fitts
John Ireland ...
Rego (as John Ireland Jr.)
Mark Evans ...
Tim Grant
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John W. Grant
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Wendy
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Melinda
Joy Tobin ...
Joy
Frank Alesia ...
Balta
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The Beard
Don Crawford ...
Jeb Crawford
Tiger Joe Marsh ...
Spuko
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Standard boy-girl malt shoppe doings, with a free speech on campus sub-plot dropped in.

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Let's Sing! Let's Rock! Let's Make The Scene! See more »

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Comedy | Musical

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3 March 1967 (USA)  »

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2.35 : 1
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For Granted
Written by Don Crawford
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Funny . . . but not meant to be
3 July 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

10 out of 10 if you need a great laugh! It should be noted that the writer, June Starr and the producer, Alex Alexander (among other aka's) were husband and wife. Unfortunately neither one recognized how bad this film really was. Much to my surprise it was on TCM about 2 years ago and I was spellbound by it. It's just not a classic for the right reasons. I agree with those who believe it would make a great midnight movie. There is real talent on screen with Bobby Vee, Jackie DeShannon, and Kim Carnes. Eddie Hodges had a TV acting career, but best of all is Ken Osmond who we all know as Eddie Haskell from Leave it to Beaver. There's just not enough talent to overcome the archaic script and a fairly low budget. Direction seemed to be at a minimum . . . and it shows. It looks and feels like a movie out of the 50's which would never do well in the late 60's. Enjoy it for the comedy it is.


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