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The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington (1977)

R | | Comedy | 15 July 1977 (USA)
The world's most famous madame is called to Washington to testify before Congress.

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Ward Thompson
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Senator Sturges
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Senator Rawlings
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Natalie Nussbaum
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Little Man
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The world's most famous madame is called to Washington to testify before Congress.

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She served her country... the only way she knew how!

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During the congressional hearing Sen. Rawlings bangs his gavel and accidentally breaks a drinking glass, spilling water on his desk. Seconds later the unbroken glass can be seen. See more »

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Horrible.....
11 May 2004 | by (St. John's, NL) – See all my reviews

The first "Happy Hooker" movie was actually watchable. It kept your interest fairly evenly. As for this piece of trash, it was not all that interesting, and was very horribly acted. You can't even value it for the camp value, or write it off as "well it was made in 1977". Cheesy story, and as I said the acting was less than amateur. The scenes with "The Shiek" were embarrassing, and the perpetually tanned George Hamilton as Xaviera Hollander's lawyer was awful. Billy Barty as a vertically-challanged CIA agent was just wrong. Harold Sakata was billed as Harold "Odd Job" Sakata, and his character was just as the credit suggests. Joey Heatherton looked great, but that's about it. For a film with the words "Happy Hooker" in the title, one would expect to see more nudity. Minor titilation wrapped around one badly-made movie. 0 stars out of 5.


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