I Love You, Alice B. Toklas! (7-Oct-1968)|
Director: Hy Averback
Writers: Paul Mazursky; Larry Tucker
Music: Elmer Bernstein
Producer: Charles Maguire
|Peter Sellers|| ... Harold|
|Jo Van Fleet|| ... Mother|
|Joyce Van Patten|| ... Joyce|
|David Arkin|| ... Herbie|
|Herb Edelman|| ... Murray|
|Salem Ludwig|| ... Father|
|Louis Gottlieb|| ... Guru|
|Grady Sutton|| ... Funeral Director|
|Janet Clark|| ... Mrs. Foley|
|Jorge Moreno|| ... Mr. Rodriguez|
|Leigh Taylor-Young|| ... Nancy|
|Ed Peck|| ... Man in Dress Shop|
|Jack Margolis|| ... Big Bear|
|Eddra Gale|| ... Love Lady|
|Carol O'Leary|| ... Anita|
|Gary Brown|| ... El Greco|
|Sid Clute|| ... Mechanic|
|Roy Glenn|| ... Gas Station Attendant|
|Joe Dominguez|| ... Grandfather Rodriguez|
|William Bramley|| ... 1st Patrolman|
|Vincent Howard|| ... 2nd Patrolman|
|Robert Miller Driscoll|| ... Crying Hippie|
|Karen Mickievic|| ... Crying Hippie's Wife|
Review by streetcred (posted on 22-Mar-2005)
It is 37 years since I saw this movie.
It was a classic portrayal of what the world was like in the late sixties for young drifters and typical of the attraction the times had for older men and the burgeoning concept of free love.
Leigh Taylor-Young was as always fantastic and beautiful and this was probably her biggest movie role. She was at the time a great star having just left Peyton Place the biggest TV drama series of the age.
Why cant we get these movies on DVD?
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