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Squeeze a Flower (1970)

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When greed threatens the livelihood of an Italian monastery, a monk flees with the formula for their special liquor.

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Cast

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Walter Chiari ...
Brother George
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Alfredo Brazzi
Rowena Wallace ...
June Phillips
Dave Allen ...
Tim O'Mahoney
Kirrily Nolan ...
Maria O'Mahoney
Alec Kellaway ...
The Abbot
Michael Laurence ...
Brother James
Alan Tobin ...
Brother Peter
Charles McCallum ...
Brother Sebastian
Harry Lawrence ...
Vequis
Roger Ward ...
Bosun
Sandy Harbutt ...
Grape Picker
Jeff Ashby ...
Bert Andrews
Penny Sugg ...
Stewardess
Susan Lloyd ...
The Receptionist (as Sue Lloyd)
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When greed threatens the livelihood of an Italian monastery, a monk flees with the formula for their special liquor.

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independent film

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The Millionaire Monk In A 100% Comedy!

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13 February 1970 (Australia)  »

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Squeeze a Flower
Written by Tommy Leonetti
Sung by Tommy Leonetti
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This effervescent comedy leaves a sweet aftertaste.
15 February 2001 | by (Victoria, BC, Canada) – See all my reviews

This warm-hearted film combines physical and verbal comedy into a fine blend which is pleasing to the palate. Although the fish-out-of-water plot may at first seem to be old wine in a new wine skin, the uniqueness of the central characters keeps the bouquet fresh and full bodied. The lightness of the direction is matched perfectly with the richness of the main character, Brother George. Squeeze A Flower promises to leave a warm, sweet aftertaste, so sit back, relax and enjoy this excellent vintage.


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