Lotsa Luck (1973–1974)
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The New Stan 

Stanley becomes frustrated at his lack of success at getting dates with the women in his little black book, so Bummy suggests a change in his image. First he helps Stan get a "mod" velvet ... See full summary »

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Robert Burton ...
Young Man
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Stanley Belmont
Nick Dennis ...
Mario
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Iris Belmont
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Bartender
Wynn Irwin ...
Arthur Swann
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Bummy Pfitzer
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Girl At Table
Erin O'Reilly ...
Lee
Clifford A. Pellow ...
Truck Driver
Leeannah Roberts ...
1st Blonde
Beverly Sanders ...
Olive Swann
Sammy Shore ...
Tony
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Stanley becomes frustrated at his lack of success at getting dates with the women in his little black book, so Bummy suggests a change in his image. First he helps Stan get a "mod" velvet suit at a contemporary clothing store, and then takes him to a singles bar. But when women still seem a bit reluctant to respond to Stanley, he decides to do something about his biggest problem -- his hair (or lack thereof). Written by aldanoli

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Wiggin' Out
5 December 2016 | by See all my reviews

Stanley (Dom DeLuise) strikes out after going through his little black book. His best friend Bummy (Jack Knight) comes over and suggests them going out to a mod single's bar. They go to a clothing store called Mister Mister to find Stanley an appropriate outfit to wear there. At the bar, Stan is misfiring on all cylinders despite his new velvet suit. Bummy tells Stan the problem is his hair's "wide part". He gets a wig at the barbershop that makes him look much younger and sparks a large laugh from his brother-in-law Arthur (Wynn Irwin). Stanley gets in trouble at the bar when he is mistaken for being one of the young troublemakers.


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