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For Singles Only (1968)

Approved | | Comedy | 5 June 1968 (USA)
Anne and Helen move into a California apartment complex for single only where all the occupants are looking to hook up with Milton Berle as the building manager.

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Bret Hendley
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Anne Carr
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Helen Todd
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Gerald Pryor (as Mark Richman)
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Nydia Walker
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Lily
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Archibald Baldwin
Hortense Petra ...
Miss Jenks
Charles Robinson ...
Jim Allen
Duke Hobbie ...
Bob Merrick
Walter Wanderley Trio ...
Themselves
Talya Ferro ...
Herself
Cal Tjader Band ...
Themselves
The Lewis & Clarke Expedition ...
Themselves (as Lewis & Clark Expedition)
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band ...
Themselves
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Anne and Helen move into a California apartment complex for single only where all the occupants are looking to hook up with Milton Berle as the building manager.

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singles | campy | rape | suicide | See All (4) »

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The co-ed apartments...where love comes with the lease! See more »

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Comedy

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Approved | See all certifications »

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Goofs

At the poolside body painting contest, Cal Tjader is seen tapping his mallets together in midair while his vibraphone continues to be heard playing with the band. See more »

Quotes

Anne Carr: In order to get into the Peace Corps I had to learn parts of seven different languages. And the only word I ended up using was 'no.'
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Soundtracks

Take a Chance With Me
Written by Walter Wanderley and Talya Ferro
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Trashy Timewaster
13 December 2001 | by (Chicago, USA) – See all my reviews

One of those B-movies that flooded drive-ins when I was a kid. This one's about an apartment building where the manager (Milton Berle) only rents to singles. It plays like a trashy soap opera, with the characters involved in different story lines. John Saxon is always nice to look at, however.


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