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.
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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Did You Know?
The film was made and released about five years after its source play of the same name by Neil Simon
was first performed in 1966. The original Broadway production of "Star Spangled Girl" opened at the Plymouth Theater on 21st December 1966 and ran for 261 performances until 5th August 1967. It starred Connie Stevens
, Anthony Perkins
and Richard Benjamin
. The theater marquee for the production can be seen during the opening titles of TV series That Girl
(1966). The play's setting is described in its intro as being "A duplex studio apartment in San Francisco". See more
You see this?
I see it.
Knowing your miniscule frame of reference, let me tell you that it is not a dead chicken on a stick. It's a feather duster. By that I do not mean that you dust feathers with it. You hold it at this end you flick it against the furniture, thus dusting it. Think you can do that?
Written by Charles Fox
& Norman Gimbel
Performed by Davy Jones
recording supervised by Jackie Mills See more