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Salt & Pepper(1968)

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  • salt and pepper

    • will
    • 2/21/14

    Saw this Turkey way back in the 60s at the old Yonge theatre ,before it was renovated, in Toronto. Four other people in the whole place. The thing I remember most was I had bought a hot dog , took my seat, balancing the hot dog in my lap, in a paper napkin, looked at the screen, then looked down at my lap to see the biggest damn Norway Rat staring back at me. He calmly took my hot dog. I called the usher, told him what had happened. Come with me he said. We went down front of the theatre. He said, now when I give you the signal, take this flash light turn it on the stage curtains. The usher shook the curtains real hard, I hit the light on the curtains and Im talking more Rats than you could count running up and down the curtains and across the stage in front of the screen. This was the Best part of the whole show. No lies, they were as big as tom cats. As for the movie, it was disjointed and boring as hell. It was a great evening though.

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    • rubbernecking
    • 8/27/11

    I think I have heard of this movie before but I am surprised at how good it was. Some reviews were really terrible but maybe they didn't see the same movie as I did. It had suspense, humour, mayheim, murder, girls etc. What more can you ask for?

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    • Bruce
    • 8/27/11

    Wow! This movie is brand new to me and I must say, it is terrific. Sammy Davis doing Sock It To Me, in the classic 60's style of rock is a classic event. The Candy Man can rock and roll! The interesting characters popping up add to the mystique in an era crated by Bond. Some great English essence, some comedy, a general all around darn good flick. You could expect to see Dean and Frank pop in at any moment, but you never miss them not being in this at all. Sammy and Peter Lawford have a very strong presence on their own. Good choice TCM! Its a keeper. I am enjoying this immensely.

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    • gipsiegirl
    • 8/27/11

    Lawford and Davis deserve better than this just okay film. Sammy Davis Jr. is a riot (it should be illegal for one person to have so much talent!), and Lawford is charming. If not for them, I would probably have watched it at all (ouch). But the following interchange between Lawford and a girl at a nightclub is funny:Girl: "You're very attractive."Lawford: "That's what I've been trying to tell you!"

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    • Perfect Strangr
    • 8/26/11

    This showsthere was a "premiere"; but in fact, this was a Made for TV MovieIt was a fun movie in 1968. Its rather flat now

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