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John G. Avildsen
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John G. Avildsen
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John G. Avildsen,
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This film was originally shot with four segments - hence the title. It was only released with three segments, but a photo feature on the film done for Playboy magazine at the time had photos from the missing fourth part. In the article, it mentioned that the last segment had been deleted. See more »
This is an often stupid, sometimes funny comedy that is divided into three segments. The first deals with a lonely man who buys a life size doll. The second is about a writer (Jerry Orbach from TV's Law and Order!) getting help from a muse and the third is about the president's daughter getting kidnapped and the outrageous demand which must be met for her return. The photography is pretty bad as is the acting but if you're in the mood for cheap laughs, this might do the trick.
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