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Lord Love a Duck (21-Feb-1966)

Director: George Axelrod

Writers: Larry H. Johnson; George Axelrod

From novel: Lord Love a Duck by Al Hine

Music: Neal Hefti

Producer: George Axelrod

Keywords: Dark Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lola Albright
20-Jul-1925 23-Mar-2017 Lord Love a Duck
Phyllis Davis
17-Jul-1940 27-Sep-2013 Beatrice Travis on Vega$
Ruth Gordon
30-Oct-1896 28-Aug-1985 Rosemary's Baby
Harvey Korman
15-Feb-1927 29-May-2008 The Carol Burnett Show
Roddy McDowall
17-Sep-1928 3-Oct-1998 Planet of the Apes
Max Showalter
2-Jun-1917 30-Jul-2000 Niagara
Tuesday Weld
27-Aug-1943   Looking for Mr. Goodbar


Roddy McDowall   ...   Alan Musgrave
Tuesday Weld   ...   Barbara Ann Greene
Lola Albright   ...   Marie Greene
Martin West   ...   Bob Bernard
Ruth Gordon   ...   Mrs. Bernard
Harvey Korman   ...   Weldon Emmett
Sarah Marshall   ...   Miss Schwartz
Lynn Carey   ...   Sally Grace
Donald Murphy   ...   Phil Neuhauser
Max Showalter   ...   Howard Greene
Joe Mell   ...   Dr. Lippman
Dan Frazer   ...   Honest Joe
Martine Bartlett   ...   Inez
Jo Collins   ...   Kitten
Judith Loomis   ...   Butch Neuhauser
Gay Gordon   ...   Supporting Cast
Vicki London   ...   Supporting Cast
David Draper   ...   Supporting Cast
Phyllis Davis   ...   Supporting Cast
Jo Anne Loren   ...   Supporting Cast
Jeri Lynn Frazer   ...   Supporting Cast
Bobbie Hefley   ...   Supporting Cast
Donald Foster   ...   Supporting Cast


Review by anonymous (posted on 20-Nov-2006)

All the typical buzzwords come to mind: campy, farcical, lame, low-budget...but still this movie is worth a watch, not if you're in your teens or 20s or even 30s, but maybe if you're in your 40s or better. You definately have to be in the right mood when you view this film. That is, have your head set for a low-budget, black-and-white film with repeated scenes for filler and bad music. But you also get stellar performances from Roddy McDowall, Tuesday Weld, and Lola Albright. And you get one thing more: you get a look at what we all see. You see what's cool, what's hip, what's "It," what's the best of the best...when you're a teenager. And with 40+ years between then and now, you also see how silly everything we think is cool, hip, etc. eventually becomes. So maybe teens and 20s SHOULD watch this movie, just to know how campy, farcical, and lame all they hold golden will become in another 40 years. --DVicD

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