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Star Spangled Girl (1971)

 -  Comedy  -  22 December 1971 (USA)
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A pair of 60's hippies fall in love with the girl next door, who is exactly the kind of square that they are fighting against.

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A pair of 60's hippies fall in love with the girl next door, who is exactly the kind of square that they are fighting against.

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I may be provincial and old-fashioned. I may believe in a lot of dead things like patriotism and the Constitution, and I like apple pie, because that's the dumb way I was brought up, and that's the dumb way I feel!

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The character that Amy Cooper sits next to on the Greyhound bus was made-up to resemble Joe Buck (played by Jon Voight) from the then recent film Midnight Cowboy (1969). See more »

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Andy Hobart: Oh, Amy! Amy! Amy!
Amy Cooper: And don't call me 'Amy! Amy! Amy!'. I may be attracted to you, but I still don't like you.
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"If you wanna make it with a girl like that you need big gestures!" ... "Try burning down Atlanta."
11 May 2009 | by (las vegas, nv) – See all my reviews

Neil Simon's Broadway dud, which featured Connie Stevens, Anthony Perkins and Richard Benjamin, has been recast but not rethought for this unbearable screen-translation. The text has been preserved as if each grating verbal volley was actually worth preserving. If this picture were to succeed at all, screenwriters Arnold Margolin and Jim Parker should have thrown out most of the source material and started from scratch. Twangy-voiced swimmer Sandy Duncan, an Olympic hopeful arriving in Los Angeles to teach and to train, gets mixed up with her nutty bungalow neighbors, a writer and an editor for a protest newspaper (the Nitty Gritty...its motto is "A Remedy for a Sick Society"). Duncan ends up working for the fellas, but she can't cook, can't type, and can't take shorthand. She pretends not to know how to dust. The guys (Tony Roberts and manic Todd Susman) pretend to find her adorable. Actually, Duncan has an appealing personality, but the silly voice she uses here (coupled with the dim lines) just about ruins her chances of charming the audience. The picture is over-lit, over-directed, over-acted, and completely underwhelming. * from ****


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