|Bunny O'Hare 1971 PG, 92 min.|
Director: Gerd Oswald
Cast: Bette Davis, Ernest Borgnine, Jack Cassidy, Joan Delaney, John Astin, Reva Rose, Jay Robinson, Robert Foulk, Brayden Linden, Karen Mae Johnson, Francis R. Cody, Darra Lyn Tobin, Hank Whickham, J. Rob Jordan, Herb Marlis
After being evicted from her home, Bunny O'Hare (Bette Davis), wants revenge on the bank. To that end she teams up with Bill Green (Ernest Borgnine) and the two of them disguise themselves as "hippies" and pull off a string of bank robberies.
|If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium 1969 G, 100 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Adventure / Romance
Director: Mel Stuart
Cast: Suzanne Pleshette, Ian McShane, Mildred Natwick, Murray Hamilton, Sandy Baron, Michael Constantine, Norman Fell, Peggy Cass, Marty Ingels, John Cassavetes, Pamela Britton, Reva Rose, Aubrey Morris, Joan Collins, Ben Gazzara
Led by their tour guide Charlie (Ian McShane), American tourists embark on an 18-day vacation in Europe during which time they visit many cities and countries on the whirlwind tour. While busy leading them to many landmarks, Charlie still has time to fall in love with one of his tourists, Samantha (Suzanne Pleshette). But, the romance ends as quickly as it started when Samantha decides that Charlie is too immature for her taste. Meanwhile, others in the tour group have theirown emotional ups and downs as they GO, GO, GO.
|The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat 1974 R, 76 min.|
Director: Robert(2) Taylor
Cast: Skip Hinnant, Reva Rose, Bob Holt, Robert Ridgely, Fred Smoot, Pat Harrington Jr., Dick Whittington, Peter Leeds, Louisa Moritz, Stanley Adams
This second go-around of the original X-rated "Fritz the Cat" is not bad, with some funny moments as Fritz is on welfare, has a nagging wife, and looks for escape through dreaming of what his other eight lives might be like. Still clearly for adults only.
|1. Bunny O'Hare (1971)|
2. If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium (1969)
3. The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat (1974)
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