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FOR SINGLES ONLY 1968

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FOR SINGLES ONLY 1968
U.S. film. Excellent quality. 16:9 widescreen. Swinging 60s musical romp. The Sans Souci (French for, "without worries" or "carefree") is a groovy "under 30s" apartment complex for singles only! There are activities happening every night. For instance on Monday night there is a lecture on sex relations.

It's free love for everyone! Well, almost everyone. Mary Ann Mobley is looking for the "right man" and refuses to putout; she slaps every face that tries to pick her up. John Saxon takes a bet that he can get her in bed within a week.

Cool psychedelic garage folk rock scene featuring the Lewis & Clarke Expedition performing in a club. Lots of cool 60s fashions and interior décor. Poolside bikini shaking, live music and BBQ. For technology geeks: Look for vintage IBM punch card reader/sorter.

Milton Berle appears as the "activities" director. Sort of appropriate considering Milton was infamous in Hollywood for his enormous…uh, err…um, his "little Milton."

So here's the kicker, amidst all the 60s fun, music and sexual frolic comes a brutal rape scene! A cute chick from the Sans Souci wanders along a seedy amusement park where a gang of skeevy hoods pin her down and rape her. Wow, didn’t see that coming!

Music by: The Lewis & Clarke Expedition, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The Cal Tjader Band, Walter Wanderley Trio. Songs include: "For Singles Only," "Destination Unknown," "Why Need They Pretend?" "Kee Ka Roo," "Sensuous," "Take a Chance With Me," "I'm Not Afraid," "This Town Ain't the Same Anymore."

John Saxon, Mary Ann Mobley, Lana Wood (Natalie's sister), Chris Noel, Peter Mark Richman, Ann Elder, Marty Ingels, Hortense Petra, Duke Hobbie, Dick Castle, Milton Berle. For Singles Only!

Plus this bonus selection...

THE GENERATION GAP 1969
U.S. TV game show. Feb-2-69. Groovy teenagers compete against the over-30, older generation answering trivia questions about each other's generation. Live musical performances by The Ohio Express who perform, "Yummy Yummy Yummy." Questions pertain to the Beatles, Peter Max, Arlo Guthrie, fashion, politics, old radio & TV programs, slang, Little Orphan Annie, flower power and more!


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