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Based on the controversial off-Broadway musical comedy revue, "Oh! Calcutta! is a series of musical numbers about sex and sexual mores. Most of the skits feature one or more performers in... See more »

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Raina Barrett ...
Test Girl / Various Roles
Mark Dempsey ...
Alfred / Dr. Jaspers / Various Roles
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Helen / Dumb Nurse / Various Roles
Patricia Hawkins ...
Jill / Various Roles
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Monte / Mute Physican / Various Roles
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Dick / Various Roles
Gary Rethmeier ...
Dale / Pearloyster / Various Roles
Margo Sappington ...
Cherie / Various Roles
Nancy Tribush ...
Jane / Sue Ellen / Dr. Bronson / Various Roles
George Welbes ...
Jack / Various Roles
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Peter Lanigan ...
Himself (uncredited)

Directed by

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Jacques Levy

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Kenneth Tynan ... (deviser)
 
Robert Benton ... (contributions)
 
Sam Shepard ... (contributions)
 
John Lennon ... (contributions)
 
Jules Feiffer ... (contributions)
 
Dan Greenburg ... (contributions)
 
Jacques Levy ... (contributions)
 
Leonard Melfi ... (contributions)
 
David Newman ... (contributions)
 
Margo Sappington ... (contributions)
 
Clovis Trouille ... (contributions)
 
Kenneth Tynan ... (contributions)
 
Sherman Yellen ... (contributions)

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Guillaume Martin Aucion ... producer
Gordon Crowe ... producer
Hillard Elkins ... producer
Berney Jones ... associate producer
George Plett ... producer
Patrich Plevin ... producer
Kenneth Tynan ... producer
Michael White ... producer

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Robert Dennis
Peter Schickele

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Frank Biondo
Arnold Giordano
Jerry Sarcone

Film Editing by

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Frank Herold

Editorial Department

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Ben Wilder ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Diana Graham
Eugene Gurlitz

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Eugene Gurlitz

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Mickey Scott ... makeup artist
Lee Trent ... hair stylist

Production Management

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Michael Thomas ... production supervisor

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Enid Roth ... associate director

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Mike Shoskes ... sound

Camera and Electrical Department

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Ken Anderson ... lighting director
Gridley Quihuis ... video
Bob Squittieri ... video

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Grisha Mynova ... wardrober
Ray Simpson ... assistant costume designer
Fred Voelpel ... costumes

Music Department

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Stanly Welden ... conductor

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Bob Alexander ... technical director
Emile Ardolino ... projected media
Joyce Blawitz ... assistant to director
Gardner Compton ... projected media
Page Jones ... production assistant
Bill Liberman ... production associate
Chet O'Brien ... stage manager
Walt Rauffer ... technical supervisor (as Walt Rautler)
Harriet Rohr ... production assistant
Joel Rosen ... stage manager
Margo Sappington ... choreographer

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Plot Summary

Based on the controversial off-Broadway musical comedy revue, "Oh! Calcutta! is a series of musical numbers about sex and sexual mores. Most of the skits feature one or more performers in either a state of undress, simulating sex, or both. Written by Mike Konczewski

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Also Known As
  • Oh! Calcutá (Portugal)
  • O, Calcutta (Greece)
  • Merikoi to kratoun akoma psila (Greece)
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  • 123 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The title is a pun on the French phrase, "Oh, quel cul t'as!", meaning, "Oh, what a cute bum you have!" It is taken, pun and all, from a painting Clovis Trouille (1889-1975) "Oh! Calcutta! Calcutta!". The title is written on the original painting at the right on the lower edge. The image of the painting appears in the background in the beginning. See more »
Goofs During the finale, the camera crew is reflected in the mirrors. As the camera pans around, a crew member tries to run out of the shot. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Avanti! (1972). See more »

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