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I won't disagree with those who say this an awful movie. But it is an interesting bit of movie memorabilia. This movie was most notable for two things: First, Clark's directorial review. Second: The fact that Jayne Mansfield was slated to star in this movie but her untimely death saved her that agony. I still have the original poster with her name on it.
The movie was not filmed exclusively in Miami, but parts of it were filmed in the Southeastern Pictures studio in Lehigh Acres, Florida. Producer and investor David Putnam was the famed owner of Binney-Smith Crayola Crayons and Putnam Publishing, as well as the step-son of Amelia Earhart.
I know all of this because my father was lighting director on all of Southeastern Pictures' films, as well as a sometimes stunt man. If this movie isn't your cup of tea, then you should definitely try out "Cotton Pickin' Chicken Pickers." The script isn't gold, but the cast is, featuring, among others, silent star Lila Lee, Slapsy Maxy Rosenbloom, and Slim Pickens. Oh, the movie is perfectly awful, but I'll watch it a dozen times just for the chance to see my father drive an air-boat across land or bend an amphi-car in half.
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