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The Love God? (1969)

M | | Comedy | August 1969 (USA)
Abner Audubon Peacock (Don Knotts) is the publisher of a bird-watcher's magazine which is converted into a girlie mag by an unscrupulous operator Osborn Tremaine (Edmond O'Brien).

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Abner Audubon Peacock IV
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Lisa LaMonica
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Osborn Tremaine
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Darrell Evans Hughes
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Evelyn Tremaine
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Rose Ellen Wilkerson (as Maggie Peterson)
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Miss Love
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Carter Fenton
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Miss Pickering
Jim Boles ...
Amos Peacock
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Miss Keezy
Roy Stuart ...
Joe Merkel
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Atty. Gen. Frederick Snow
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Rev. Wilkerson
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Shrader (as Bob Hastings)
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Abner Audubon Peacock (Don Knotts) is the publisher of a bird-watcher's magazine which is converted into a girlie mag by an unscrupulous operator Osborn Tremaine (Edmond O'Brien).

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So many women... Not enough man. See more »

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August 1969 (USA)  »

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Sexualprotz wider Willen  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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Nat Hiken, who wrote and directed the movie, died after it was shot but before it was released in theaters. See more »

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In Frazier's office, Twilight walks up to the chess set and picks up a piece. The wide shot shows him reaching for a black piece, but the subsequent closeup shows a white piece in his hand. See more »

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Evelyn Tremaine: That's the dirtiest thing I ever heard in my life!
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Referenced in My Three Sons: The Love God (1971) See more »

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Summer in the Meadow
Written by Nat Hiken and Lyn Murray
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Good Sturdy Film
29 July 2001 | by (Jamestown, North Dakota) – See all my reviews

This was a decent movie from start to finish. I thought the story, characters, and actors did an excellent job making this movie seem realistic. Don Knotts is as always the geeky skinny guy who seems like he'd be the last one picked to do what he does. He plays these characters the best. If you are a fan of Don Knotts, you will enjoy this, simply out of the amusement of seeing him play the super-stud character. The plot is excellent, and not boring, but the content isn't as funny as Don Knotts' other films. Definetely check it out though. It isn't as family oriented because of the content it conveys, but it is still a film that most would enjoy. I'd give it a 6.5 out of 10 rating.


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