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I'LL NEVER FORGET WHAT'S'ISNAME 1967

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I'LL NEVER FORGET WHAT'S'ISNAME 1967
U.K. film. Excellent quality. Widescreen Letterbox. Marianne Faithfull says the "F-Word." "I'll Never Forget What's'isname" is a Swinging London-era blend of comedy and cynicism, the type of film Richard Lester might have made around the same time.

The chains of success are humorously examined as Oliver Reed plays a wealthy advertising executive who feels he has sold his soul and wants to return to his happier life as a poor but swinging Londoner. Reed's boss, Orson Welles, represents all the commercial crassness that Reed despises.

Given a crucial commercial account, Reed plans to destroy himself and get fired by producing the most offensive ad campaign he can dream up. But Welles and the client are delighted by the "insult," and the disgruntled Reed is more successful than ever.

Directed in the trippy, psychedelic style of the mid-to-late 1960s, "I'll Never Forget What's'isname" gained notoriety by being the first mainstream British film in which the "F-word" was spoken on-screen...by Marianne Faithfull. Oliver Reed, Marianne Faithfull, Orson Welles, Carol White, Harry Andrews, Lyn Ashley, Michael Hordern, Wendy Craig.

Plus this bonus selection...

"IN" GEAR 1967
U.K. newsreel. It's the swinging London fashion scene on parade. This British newsreel presents an eye-candy array of dazzling and colorful pop mod fashions! Mary Quant shows off her latest collection! Groovy '60s pop music soundtrack!


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