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Pussycat, Pussycat, I Love You

This uneven comedy finds Fred (Ian McShane) as a writer living off his royalties in Italy. Married to the long-suffering Millie (Ann Calder-Marshall), Fred revels in a series of affairs with a bevy of Italian beauties...

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This uneven comedy finds Fred (Ian McShane) as a writer living off his royalties in Italy. Married to the long-suffering Millie (Ann Calder-Marshall), Fred revels in a series of affairs with a bevy of Italian beauties. Millie soon grows tired of being alone and takes up with two Italian Don Juans (Sammy Pavel and Marino Mase). When she meets Grant Granite (John Gavin), the two immediately fall for each other and are unable to contain their animalistic passion. Great looking TV print.

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Director:Rodney Amateau
Year:1970
Language:English
Format:W
Audio Quality:0.0
Video Quality:9.0
Starring: Ian McShane Anna Calder-Marshall John Gavin Severn Darden Joyce Van Patten Beba Loncar

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