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Love in a 4 Letter World (1970)

R | | Comedy, Drama | March 1971 (USA)
A small family copes with infidelity, and neighbouring hippies that open shop next door.

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John Sone
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Michael Kane Michael Kane ... Harry Haven
Helen Whyte Helen Whyte ... Vera Haven
André Lawrence ... Walt
Cayle Chernin Cayle Chernin ... Sam
Pierre Létourneau Pierre Létourneau ... Pierre
Monique Mercure ... Louise
Candy Greene Candy Greene ... Susan Haven (as Candy)
Terence G. Ross Terence G. Ross
Don MacIntyre Don MacIntyre
David Yorston David Yorston
Sarie Yorston Sarie Yorston
Gilles Chartrand Gilles Chartrand
Donna Clark Donna Clark
Francine Vivant Francine Vivant
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A small family copes with infidelity, and neighbouring hippies that open shop next door.

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Comedy | Drama

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

March 1971 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Initiation d'une lycéenne See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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Out-a-sight!
2 August 2002 | by dgordon-1See all my reviews

There is something about this movie that I have always really liked. I can't put my finger on it, but when it's on TV I can't seem to turn it off! Maybe it's the out-of-sync audio, or the late '60s fashions & music in this classic Canadian drive-in type movie. The plot consists of a small family; A husband, wife & their groovy daughter. When some far-out dudes move next door & open up a record store, this seems to set off a wave of morality laced questions for both the husband/wife and daughter. The plot does seem to drift and tries to make a social statement, but this just adds to the "dated feel" of this movie. If you liked "Return to the Valley of the Dolls", then you are sure to like this one.


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