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Sixpack Annie (1975)

Busty, blonde and beautiful, Six-Pack Annie seeks to help her Aunt Tess raise $5,000 for the family diner...by trying to find a rich daddy.

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(as Graydon F. David)

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Sixpack Annie Bodine
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Mary Lou
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Sheriff Waters
Larry Mahan ...
Bustis
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Mr. O'Meyer (as Raymond Danton)
Richard Kennedy ...
Jack Whittlestone
Danna Hansen ...
Aunt Tess
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Carmello (as Pedro Gonzales-Gonzales)
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Bobby Joe
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Angelo
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Flora
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Bartender
Steve Randall ...
Long John
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Hank
Ronald Lee Marriott ...
Luke (as Ronald Marriott)

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Busty, blonde and beautiful, Six-Pack Annie seeks to help her Aunt Tess raise $5,000 for the family diner...by trying to find a rich daddy.

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Comedy | Action | Romance

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R
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December 1975 (USA)  »

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Six-Pack Annie  »

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Trivia

When the drunk Texan (Richard Kennedy) empties his pockets at the bar, a frequent flyer card bearing the Trans Global Airlines logo (from Airplane [1970]) is shown to be amongst his belongings. See more »

Quotes

Sixpack Annie Bodine: Who in the hell taught you how to drive, Bustis?
Bustis: Same woman that taught me to screw.
Mary Lou: You nearly killed us both!
Bustis: That's what she said.
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References A Date with Judy (1948) See more »

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SIXPACK ANNIE
Words and Music by Minette Allton and Melissa Wilson
Sung by Tim Hayfield
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The smallest thing about her was the town she came from....She's the pop top princess with the recyclable can.
29 August 2001 | by (TN) – See all my reviews

Throughout the 70's, we saw the rise and fall of the b-movie subgenre known as the redneck film. With the likes of Smokey and the Bandit, Gator Bait, and Walking Tall all packing in the theaters, Six-Pack Annie stands on its own as perhaps the Marx Brothers equivalent of the redneck film. No, its not as funny or witty as a Marx Bros film, but it is jam packed with mile a minute jokes. Okay, so 99% of the jokes are pretty weak and lowbrow, but what this film has is energy. The pacing is fantastic, and whether or not the jokes are funny, it is so consistent with one one-liner after another, it becomes a charming, little, stupid movie.

Basically the film revolves around poor, dimwitted, but sincere Annie trying to save the family restaurant, by finding herself a `Sugar Daddy' in the `big city', Miami. Its your basic country girl in over her head story as Annie's slow, innocent, bumpkin ways crash into all these city folk sensibilities and highjinks ensue. Features cameos by well-faded vaudeville comedians Stubby Kaye and Doodles Weaver. A good notch above other drive-in redneck cinema, obviously some effort was put into it, and it works as a guilty pleasure lowbrow comedy. Its really too bad the makers didn't seem (according to the imdb) to do anything else, because its a good 70's redneck film.


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