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The Feminist and the Fuzz (1971)

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

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Dr. Jane Bowers
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Officer Jerry Frazer
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Dr. Debby Inglefinger
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Wyatt Foley
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Lilah McGuinness
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Warren Sorensen
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Kitty Murdock
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Dr. Horace Bowers
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Dr. Howard Lassiter
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Sheila James Kuehl ...
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Jill Choder ...
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Merri Robinson ...
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Through unforeseen circumstances, a male chauvinist cop and a dedicated feminist become roommates.

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26 January 1971 (USA)  »

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La femminista e il poliziotto  »

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Archetypal Early-'70s TV Movie
26 February 1999 | by See all my reviews

If you're looking for the state-of-the-art of TV movies from this time period, look no further. Everything about this movie is serviceable and familiar. Just a bit more memorable than some TV movies, if only for the fact that it has more than its share of well-known players and some above average (if somewhat overblown) writing. Puts a comic spin on its battle-of-the-sexes/mores clash premise and churns out a mildly entertaining, ever-so-slightly provocative and risque (for the time) look at the relationship between a supposed feminist activist and her police officer roommate. It certainly does not go out of its way to make any statements for the ages. Formula from beginning to end...nary a plot twist in sight!!

There are certainly better uses of your time, but if you're home sick, and it's on, it could be an amusing way to pass the time.


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