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Scratch Harry (1969)

R | | Crime, Mystery, Thriller
A wife discovers that her husband is cheating on her. Enraged, she puts together a plan to take her revenge on him. What she doesn't know is that her husband has a similar plan in mind for ... See full summary »

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Harry Walker Staff ...
Harry
Victoria Wilde ...
Erica
Christine Kelly ...
Christine
Mio Domani ...
The Shadow
Carol Patton ...
Ursula
Chuck Jones ...
Loan Shark
Bob Prescott ...
Robbie
Vincent De Leo ...
Creep
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A wife discovers that her husband is cheating on her. Enraged, she puts together a plan to take her revenge on him. What she doesn't know is that her husband has a similar plan in mind for her. What neither one of them knows is that someone else has the same plan for both of them. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Warhol it ain't
16 February 2004 | by (Brisbane, Australia) – See all my reviews

Described in a pre-credit disclaimer as an amphetamine 'fantasy", Cannon released this arty, confusing, absurdist pseudo-underground feature made in the wake of Warhol's film factory explosion, and turned by proxy ad campaign hatchetry into a skin flick. Which it ain't. The main character Harry, a penniless rake with expensive tastes, believes he is abandoned in his empty mansion by his rich wife Erica. Together with the omnipresent narrator, a weird beatnik in sunglasses (imagine Peter Fonda playing Lou Reed) known only as 'Shadow', Harry picks up a freewheeler called Christine in the city and takes her back to the mansion. Erica returns home and the two women turn on him, further fuelling his paranoia. Wordplay, parlour games, mindf*cking and blackmail prove to be a lethal cocktail in a very strange ending. Is it all a dream? An hallucination? Do wide angle lenses, sped-up footage and bogus surrealism pass as true psychedelia? Does anybody still care?


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