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Fools, Females and Fun (1974)

Comedy anthology pilot with three segments focusing a satiric look on a different form of sin. In the first segment, "I've Gotta Be Me," a singer falls in love with a chorus girl; in the ... See full summary »

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Comedy anthology pilot with three segments focusing a satiric look on a different form of sin. In the first segment, "I've Gotta Be Me," a singer falls in love with a chorus girl; in the second, "Is There a Doctor in the House?," a married man falls for his wife's best friend and in "What About That One?," a banker tries to impress a beautiful woman with money he's stolen from his own company. Written by Anonymous

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4 September 1974 (USA)  »

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Star studded - Comedic Anthology -- We all know their faces - all together in this TV movie about sons and their various love choices and situations!
13 August 2005 | by (Beverly Hills, CA) – See all my reviews

This is a very light comedic anthology showing several sons and their love/romantic ventures. This has a star studded cast - not the SUPER FAMOUS, but everyone would know their faces! Jaclyn Smith (Charlie's Angels), Sam Melville (The Rookies), Jack Cassidy, Julie Newmar (Batman), Dick Sargeant (Bewitched), Barbara Rush, Barry Nelson and many more in one cute and well patched together TV movie from Glen Larson, of 6 Million Dollar Man, Battlestar Gallactica, Knight Rider and Magnum P.I. fame amongst many others. If anyone finds themselves wanting to venture back to the 70s and see the faces we all grew up watching - then this is definitely a great choice; sure you can watch a movie about the 70s, but it's a whole new ball game watching a movie from the 70s!


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