The Feminist and the Fuzz (1971)

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Through unforeseen circumstances, a male chauvinist cop and a dedicated feminist become roommates.


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Director:

Jerry Paris

Writer:

James S. Henerson

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27 September 2020 | petersjoelen
7
| more romantic comedy than feminist movie
I can't stand feminist movies today , they are mean nasty and full of man hating themes , even the comedy versions . Back in the 70's it was different ( well in this one it was ) . The tone of the film is more of an romantic comedy with the feminist themes that are sometimes ridiculed and that is in my opinion a good thing . Barabara eden and David Hartman are playing their parts very well and also the rest of the cast is good . The end with all the people together where the confusion is solved is funny and the happy end is in the line of what you would expect from a romantic comedy . Yes i enjoyed this movie

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