Ann can not bring herself to slap actor Barry Sullivan as the script in the Braodway play tells her to do.

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After a verbal tirade against her agent for not getting her any auditions, Ann learns that he's gotten her one for "The Revolutionary Heart", a currently running hit Broadway play, the part a replacement one for an actress who needs to leave the show. Despite the reservations of the play's director Sidney Gold, Ann ends up getting the small but pivotal part on the want of the play's lead actor, Barry Sullivan. Ann's character first enters the play at the second act's climactic scene, where she is required to yell at Sullivan's character and slap him across the face, which during early rehearsals a non-violent Ann is unable to do. Sullivan does whatever he can to help Ann through this issue, at first since he does believe in her, but ultimately solely to prove Gold wrong. Due to circumstances, Ann is required to appear in the production immediately, without having yet being able to slap Sullivan. So in Ann's inaugural performance in the play, the climactic second act scene has more ... Written by Huggo

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26 September 1968 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the 'Laugh-in (1968)' catch phrase usually shouted by Judy Carne: "Sock it to me!" In response she would be drenched with a couple of buckets of water for comic effect. See more »

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"Miss THOMAS' Fashions by CARDINALI" refers to the fashion house run by Marilyn Lewis. See more »

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References Laugh-In (1967) See more »

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