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Futz (1969)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 16 November 1969 (USA)
Sexual satire about a young farmer who has had many bad experiences with women. He showers love and affection upon his pet pig, Amanda, saying she alone is worthy to be his wife. His "... See full summary »

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Seth Allen ...
Oscar Loop
John Bakos ...
Cyrus Futz
Mari-Claire Charba ...
Ann Fox
Peter Craig ...
Sheriff Tom Sluck
Jerry Owen Cunliffe ...
Buford
Jeannette Erfelt ...
Mother Satz
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Sugford (as Fred Forrest)
Clay Haney ...
Jeffrey Weese
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Merry Lee
Victor Lipari ...
Brother Ned Satz
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Majorie Satz
Michael Warren Powell ...
Bill Marjoram
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Mrs. Loop
Rob Thirkield ...
Father Satz
Eric Wildwoode ...
Dorn
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Sexual satire about a young farmer who has had many bad experiences with women. He showers love and affection upon his pet pig, Amanda, saying she alone is worthy to be his wife. His "marriage" to Amanda causes a scandal in the community, almost mass hysteria. Written by Molly Malloy

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A ritual celebration of the death of personal liberty

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On an episode of "Siskel and Ebert At the Movies" which was dedicated to bad cinema, Roger Ebert declared this film to be the worst he had ever seen. See more »

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Cyrus Futz: We tried to go to church but they wouldn't let us in - so I read you the Bible at home.
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Featured in Close Encounters with Vilmos Zsigmond (2016) See more »

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Excellent testimonial to experimental theatre
6 January 2003 | by (Hollywood, ca) – See all my reviews

"All the world's a stage and its people actors in it"--or something like that. Who the hell said that theatre stopped at the orchestra pit--or even at the theatre door? Why is not the audience participants in the theatrical experience, including the story itself?

This film was a grand experiment that said: "Hey! the story is you and it needs more than your attention, it needs your active participation". "Sometimes we bring the story to you, sometimes you have to go to the story."

Alas no one listened, but that does not mean it should not have been said.


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