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Chesty Anderson U.S. Navy (1976)

R | | Comedy | November 1976 (USA)
When one of her friends goes missing, Chesty and several fellow WAVEs go looking for her and end up in a world of senatorial corruption and Mafia intimidation.

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Shari Eubank ... Chesty Anderson
... Tina Marlowe
... Cocoa Daniels
... Pucker
Connie Hoffman ... Baby (as Constance Marie)
... Peter Linden
George Lane Cooper ... Senator Dexter (as George Cooper)
Frank Campanella ... The Baron
... Vincent (as Timothy Agoglia Carey)
Phil Hoover ... Michael
Tim Wade ... Ferret
... Ben Benson (as Scat-Man Crothers)
Mel Carter ... Sam Benson
... Dr. Cheech (as John Chandler)
... CPO
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When one of her friends goes missing, Chesty and several fellow WAVEs go looking for her and end up in a world of senatorial corruption and Mafia intimidation.

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It's a tidal wave of laughs When "CHESTY" puts her deadly weapons into action! See more »

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Watch it for Tim Carey...
11 October 1999 | by See all my reviews

In general, this movie an unremarkable exploitation comedy (not to mention rather tame by sexploitation standards--despite the presence of such B-movie queens as Uschi Digard and Dyanne Thorne, nudity is kept to a minimum). However, the gonzo performance of Timothy Carey as the lame-jacketed thug Vincent rises above the rest of the movie and makes the whole thing worthwhile. It appears that Carey was given free rein in his scenes, improvising outlandish speeches and such bizarre actions as clucking like a chicken. Indeed, if you look at some of the other performers onscreen during Carey's big moments, you'll see genuine confusion (and perhaps even a little fear) on their faces. Carey was known as an eccentric and difficult actor to direct...apparently, in this case, the director decided just to stay out of Carey's way.


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