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The First Nudie Musical (1976)

R | | Comedy, Musical | March 1976 (USA)
The son of famous studio owner is forced to make porno films to keep the bankrupt studio from being made into a shopping center. In an attempt to get back on the high ground he makes a ... See full summary »

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Harry Schechter
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Bruce Kimmel ...
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Susie
Alan Abelew ...
George
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Juanita
Alexandra Morgan ...
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Arvin
Kathleen Hietala ...
Eunice
Art Marino ...
Eddie
Hy Pyke ...
Benny
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Jimmy
Herb Graham ...
Frankie
Rene J. Hall ...
Dick Davis (as Rene Hall)
Susan Stewart ...
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The son of famous studio owner is forced to make porno films to keep the bankrupt studio from being made into a shopping center. In an attempt to get back on the high ground he makes a nudie musical. He makes a bet with the debtors who wish to take ownership of the studio, that if they finance the musical and he can't complete it within two weeks, they can foreclose. Written by Ed Sutton <esutton@mindspring.com>

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The Ultimate Take-Off

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Comedy | Musical

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March 1976 (USA)  »

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Primo nudo musicale  »

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$200,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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Actress Ronne Troup was originally cast for the role of "Susie Jones" in the film, The First Nudie Musical (1976); dropped out of the production over concerns about nudity and a song performed by the character. Was replaced by Leslie Ackerman. See more »

Goofs

When Miss Jones [The Young Ingenue] is singing the opening female solo (following her audition), it's obvious that her voice is dubbed, as the audio is a second out of sync with her vocals. And the higher notes are not matching her mouth or jaw movements. See more »

Quotes

John Smithee: Shit we can make a fucking good bitch of a bastard movie if we all pull together and work as a whore-loving cunt-penis team.
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Connections

References Gone with the Wind (1939) See more »

Soundtracks

Lesbian, Butch, Dyke
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Music & Lyrics by Bruce Kimmel
Sung by Debbie Shapiro Gravitte (uncredited)
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The best movie of this genre but...
15 November 2002 | by See all my reviews

This movie should define the genre, with nudity and predictable plot but done in a way that the nudity is not the major theme, only spice. It would be worth watching without nudity, though it would not be as entertaining. If you like movies with stereotypical characters and lots of nudity, this is the one. You will not be disappointed with the acting, music. or technical quality except for the smoke filled first ten minutes where the effects are overdone.

This is a really good movie, except it should have ended when the character "John" visits "Wanda's". Everything after this appears to be an attempt to end without purpose. When the sale is made, quit talking. It is really good until this point, which is about 1:15 into the film.

Highly recommended. Just skip the last 15 minutes.


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