An aviator who crash landed on an island in the South Pacific returns home to find that he is the last fertile man left on Earth after an epidemic of masculitus.
Let your imagination run wild and you'll get an idea of the gaiety, the spiciness, the tunes and the laughs you'll find in Fox Film's IT'S GREAT TO BE ALIVE
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Did You Know?
later admitted to Gregory William Mank that co-star Raul Roulien
was the "most unfavorite actor" that she had ever worked with: Raul "was addicted to garlic and red wine, and song. So I'm standing there, day in, day out, learning 'Tonight' with a singer who has a yen for garlic and red wine. It was just ghastly. Sorry, Raul!" See more
Remake of The Last Man on Earth
Words and Music by William Kernell
Performed by Raul Roulien
and Herbert Mundin See more