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Let It All Hang Out (1969)

Der Mann mit dem goldenen Pinsel (original title)
R | | Comedy | 1971 (USA)
Edwige Fenech plays the girlfriend of beatnik-hippy artist Archie (Willi Colombini). Throughout the film Edwige is either having her body painted during a hippy party, posing naked for ... See full summary »



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Complete credited cast:
Willi Colombini ...
Marcella Michelangeli ...
Rainer Basedow ...
Luigi Bonos ...
Taubenheim, Kunsthändler (as Louis William)
Alexandra Marischka ...
Brunhilde, Cello Player
Calisto Calisti ...
Generalkonsul Spüler
Enzo Monteduro ...
Roger, Dienmer bei Spüler
Ellen Umlauf ...
Frau Sedlmayer, Landlady
Loni Heuser ...
Aida Spüler (as Loni Heusser)
Dick Randall ...
Rolf Eden ...
Konsul Meier
Grit Freyberg ...
Sängerin im Henderson-Club
Nino Korda ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gerd Anthoff ...


Edwige Fenech plays the girlfriend of beatnik-hippy artist Archie (Willi Colombini). Throughout the film Edwige is either having her body painted during a hippy party, posing naked for Archie or seducing other men. All is not fun and games for Edwige though after another hippy girl (Marcella Michelangeli) has her eyes on Archie Written by Ørnås

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A hippies life for me
6 August 2006 | by (Rijswijk, ZH, Netherlands) – See all my reviews

In this German/Italian co production about hippies and art, the only drug in sight is paint. Archibaldo Spadeafora (Willi Colombini), infamous artistic anarchist, has never sold a painting in his life, but his overweight pal Eros (Rainer Basedow), who has hippie tendencies, but is actually quite money-minded, has got other ideas. No wonder Archibaldo never gets any work done, he's usually got a bunch of half naked hippies partying in his loft as well as the always in a state of semi-undress Edwige Fenech in his bed. Her character is called Gioia in Italy, Hong-Kong in the Germany. There is also a landlady (Ellen Umlauf) complaining about 14 month overdue rent. Luckilly the hipsters can help artistic Archibaldo out by pressing their painted body against canvasses.

Eros brings a middle aged art critic (Luigi Bonos) into all of this, who sees nothing in the imitation Pollock art, but does pay the self proclaimed genius Archibaldo to get rid of his blonde floozy Luisa (Marcella Michelangeli) , who promptly joins the Spadeafora Movement. Edwige gets a little bit jealous, but not much, as she's too busy trying to impress a slapstick prone Oliver Hardy lookalike from production company Santa Luisa (who only takes photographs with a bulky early version of the Polaroid). You never know what to expect in this trip anyway: Suddenly the instant hippie party is interrupted by a Doctor Zhivago spoof or Grit Freyberg singing "Komm nur in Meine Arme".

They finally get a sponsor to show Archibaldo's art at a gallery, where he pulls a memorable publicity stunt and makes sure to sell the newspapers himself the very next day. This sets Archibaldo and Eros' cunning plan in motion and soon his studio-a-go-go is being visited by all sorts of weird and artistic types, all trying to make some sort of statement (most of them to strange to put into words here). Even Isabella the landlady likes to visit them now. They celebrate their growing wealth by throwing a body-paint party, and end up inventing paint-ball as an art form during a very messy finale (where's the custard pies when you need them)

8 out of 10

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