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The Feminist and the Fuzz is a movie I have been trying to find on VHS or DVD for several years. It was made back when the Feminist Movement was hot stuff and is a thoroughly enjoyable 'spoof' on the battle of the sexes. Both Barbara Eden and David Hartman did great jobs in their roles, and the cameo appearances by Harry Porter, Farrah Fawecett and Julie Newmar (did I get the names right?) were wonderful. Although it is definitely a comedy, it does make one think a little bit about whether or not the feminist movement (women are exactly equal to men) is accurate or not. If you have a chance to see it and you are looking for an evening of light entertainment - go no further.
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