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Some Call It Loving (1973)

R  |   |  Drama  |  26 October 1973 (France)
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A woman who's been asleep for years is part of a carnival that sells her kisses for a buck. A lonely jazz musician buys her. Once awake, the two of them and his two girlfriends hook up. But sometimes, dreams are better than reality.

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Robert Troy
Carol White ...
Scarlett
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Jennifer
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Jeff
Veronica Anderson ...
Angelica
Logan Ramsey ...
Carnival Doctor
Brandy Herred ...
Cheerleader
Ed Rue ...
Mortician
Pat Priest ...
Carnival Nurse
Joseph DeMeo ...
Bartender
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A woman who's been asleep for years is part of a carnival that sells her kisses for a buck. A lonely jazz musician buys her. Once awake, the two of them and his two girlfriends hook up. But sometimes, dreams are better than reality.

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The Only Act of Its Kind in the World. For Sale.

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26 October 1973 (France)  »

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Sleeping Beauty  »

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Richard Pryor was flat broke and the Writer/Producer/Director James B. Harris had to pay for his flight to Los Angeles himself to get him to the set. See more »

Quotes

Scarlett: [to Robert and Jennifer] Now we have our music. It would give me such pleasure to see the two of you dance. So if you would, you two dance, and I'll watch.
Robert Troy: I don't dance.
Scarlett: You don't dance? Oh, what a pity. Well then we'll dance, and you watch. You do watch, don't you?
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Referenced in Z Channel: A Magnificent Obsession (2004) See more »

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Mr. Touchdown USA
Written by William Katz (uncredited), Gene Piller (uncredited) and Ruth Roberts (uncredited)
Courtesy of Vanguard Records
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Update of the Sleeping Beauty story
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It has been more than a quarter century since I saw this movie. it is not a good movie. It is, however, one of the more bizarre films you will ever see. It has stayed in my memory all these years while other clunkers are gone. Richard Pryor's turn as a wino-philosopher and Zalman King as a jazz musician-prince defy description. And its has a nuns dancing scene with Carol White. Because of the cast and treatment, this truly may be a one of a kind experience.


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