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The Feminist and the Fuzz (1971)

TV Movie  -   -  Comedy  -  26 January 1971 (USA)
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Through unforeseen circumstances, a male chauvinist cop and a dedicated feminist become roommates.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Jane Bowers
Officer Jerry Frazer
Dr. Debby Inglefinger
Wyatt Foley
Lilah McGuinness
Warren Sorensen
Kitty Murdock
Dr. Horace Bowers
Dr. Howard Lassiter
Arthur Batanides ...
Sheila James Kuehl ...
Liberation Lady (as Sheila James)
Jill Choder ...
Liberation Lady
Merri Robinson ...
Liberation Lady
Liberation Lady
Patti Chandler ...
Liberation Lady


Through unforeseen circumstances, a male chauvinist cop and a dedicated feminist become roommates.

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Barbara Eden, David Hartman, and the supporting cast have enough charm in the fluffy The Feminist and the Fuzz
9 September 2012 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Just watched this made-for-TV movie starring Barbara Eden-her first after her TV series "I Dream of Jeannie" was canceled-and David Hartman-years before gaining fame as the first host of "Good Morning, America". She's a doctor who mostly believes in the women's liberation movement while he's a cop who's puzzled by some of their stances. After some haggling, they reluctantly agree to share an apartment since one works in the morning and the other at night. They are also initially seeing someone else-Ms. Eden has a liberal lawyer who lives with his mother played by Herb Edelman and Hartman's occasionally with a Playboy bunny played by young Farrah Fawcett. Others in the supporting cast include Jo Anne Worley as the head of WAM-Women Against Men-who has no hesitation of using her karate chop, Julie Newmar as an aspirational X-rated actress, and Harry Morgan as Ms. Eden's dad. Look also for Penny Marshall in some scenes. Anyway, I found the whole thing a little silly but funny enough for my tastes. And with the short running time meant to fill a 90-minute slot, The Feminist and the Fuzz should go down easy as the fluff it was meant to be.

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