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What's So Bad About Feeling Good?(1968)

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Brief Synopsis

A smuggled toucan escapes from New York customs and infects every downtrodden person in the city with a virus that causes them to be happy and generous.

Cast & Crew

George Seaton Director
John McMartin The mayor
Charles Lane Dr. Shapiro
Don Stroud Barney
Morty Gunty Sergeant Gunty
Joe Ponazecki Officer Ponazecki
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  New York opening: 24 May 1968
Release Date:  1968 Production Date:  [Techniscope]
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Color/B&W:  Color (Technicolor) Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Mono (Westrex Recording System) Production Co:  Universal Pictures
Duration(mins):  94 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • what's so bad about getting this released on DVD?

    Em 2017-10-01

    Great flick. Great message. Great disappointment it's not available on DVD. MORE>

  • Needs to be Released on DVD

    Leslie 2017-09-01

    Add another fan from decades ago who would love to see this movie again! Compared to some of the drivel and remakes put out today, this would be a breath... MORE>

  • I miss this film

    Ron 2016-11-28

    This was one of my favorite films as a kid and have wished it could be brought back for a new generation to appreciate Mary Tyler Moore and George... MORE>