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The Feminist and the Fuzz is a film I have been trying to search on VHS or DVD for few years. It was made back when the Feminist Movement was hot items and is a thoroughly enjoyable 'spoof' on the war of the sexes. Both Barbara Eden and David Hartman did nice jobs in their roles, and the cameo appearances by Harry Porter, Farrah Fawecett and Julie Newmar (did I receive the names right?) were wonderful. Although it is definitely a comedy, it does create one think a tiny bit about whether or not the feminist movement (women are exactly equal to men) is accurate or not. If you have a possibility to see it and you are looking for an evening of light entertainment - go no further.
As someone gotta have told by now, this is a 1970s movie. Its topics is confrontations between bewildered, sympathetic or bemused feminists of the period and bewildered, sympathetic or bemused males of the period. It is a comedy with elements of satire, meaning the viewer know things could turn out fine, although it just does not seem so during the earlier stages. This made-for-TV classic of its sort has a likable and fine cast, a witty script and more fun per minute than almost any another movie on the same topic. It is a look at the terrible position girls have been placed in in the U.S., at 1970, and since 1770. and what some folks wanted to do about that problem; it is also about persons who do not have all the answers but are trying to negotiate a method of restating the questions. The selected story-line pits two "natural" antagonists, a nice-guy police officer played by David Hartman who is not anti-feminine just not pro 'women's lib" and about as confused as anyone is on the topic, and Barbara Eden, a young girl who is sure she is pro-feminine but not certain how she ought to proceed. Every gets terrible tip from their friends, in Eden's situation JoAnn Worley and in Hartman's situation just about everyone. Eden has a fiancée, nice-guy Herb Edelman, who is sympathetic but gormless; and there is a hitch...because there are so several apartments in San Francisco, Hartman and Eden cannot have the apartment they love and need except by sharing it. Since their schedules do not clash, they accept to test a mutual occupation arrangement. But not until after she has harassed him and he has frisked her, in the line of duty; by this time we viewers have had demonstrated few facts--that they annoy one other and are attracted to one another; but that he is not ready to admit she needs more rights and she is not ready to admit some in the movement have overdone their protests. The intelligent script omits nothing--bra burning, enlisting prostitutes who accept with the concept of liberation to the mission of sometimes overdoing lack of controls, her father's spending time with Julie Newmar, a charming lady of the streets, Worley and Edelman getting together and deciding that if she wants to dominate he really wants her to do so, and the principals overcoming their differences and falling in love. A message in this film? Hardly. It is about the need for non-acrimonious communication, confronting 70's problems and the fun provided by the script's author, James S. Henerson. Jerry Paris, TV veteran actor and director, kept the happenings moving fluidly. In addition to the nice actors already named, the cast included TV veterans Arthur Batanides, Harry Morgan as Eden's father, John McGiver, Farrah Fawcett, Roger Perry, Sheila James and Penny Marshall, among others. Cinematography was by Emil Oster, nice and suitably-comedic original melody by Jack Elliott and Allyn Ferguson. Theladies take up karate, the boys take to worrying, but in the end this pleasant film's creators, a movie very much imitated by never duplicated since, comes down on the side not of compromise but of tolerant understanding and individual choices--surely a welcome alternative to preaching, maintaining a rightless status quo for females or compounding a terrible case with more terrible ideas. Give it a try; this movie is funny and occasionally wise. As most who have seen it would say, this is memorable and balanced.
I saw this film when it first came out on TV. As a 16 year old I really appreciated the sight of Barbara Eden in a Bunny suit. It has many familiar faces and a pleasant storyline line. Nothing objectionable and nice for the entire family. I give it an 8 and would certainly purchase it on DVD if it becomes available.
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