Star Spangled Girl (1971)

G   |    |  Comedy

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A pair of 60's hippies fall in love with the girl next door, who is exactly the kind of square that they are fighting against.


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6 October 2001 | jweiner-1
| If you like sharp dialog, you will like this movie
When I first saw this movie in the theatre, I was alone and feeling down. I walked out feeling much better. Along with a down home America girl played wonderfuly by Sandy Duncan is a Hippie played by tony Roberts. You can see they would not agree on anything. They seem to hate each other and show it with the sharp and witty dialog that goes on during their arguements. In the end they fall in love of course, but getting to that point is fun and witty. The other charachtors in the money are wonderful also. Todd Susman plays Roberts roomate who also creates sharp and funny dialog with Roberts. Some people may find this movie corny, but I loved it. Give it a chamce. They almost never show it on T.V. so you may have to hunt for it.

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