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Bernard Chanticleer (Peter Kastner) is a very nice young man anxious to step out into the "adult world." His plan is to move out of his parents' Long Island house into an eighth-floor Greenwich Village walkup - and try to convince someone to share his new "liberated lifestyle" with him. You're a Big Boy Now was Francis Ford Coppola's UCLA Film School Master's thesis - and a hilarious, high-speed debut in film comedy for the future maker of The Godfather and Apocalypse Now. Fresh off A Patch of Blue, Elizabeth Hartman bewitchingly plays the free spirit who tempts Bernard. Karen Black makes her own screen debut as the love object that lovesick Bernard overlooks and Geraldine Page nearly steals the show with her Academy Award-nominated* performance as Bernard's possessive mother.
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I love John Sebastian, and since he wrote and sings the musical score, I had to have this. The movies isn't that great, though...Published 2 months ago by dp3352
A real 60s movie from the director of "The Godfather". Also, a rare glimpse at Elizabeth Hartman who left us too soon.Published 12 months ago by Max Pynchon
As I knew the movie before there is nothing to say about its content, it is just as brilliant as ever. However, it would be good if there were subtitles.Published 12 months ago by Jürgen
I have looked for this for years and was glad to get it and put it with my Geraldine Page collectionPublished 16 months ago by Linda Hazouri
This movie is listed in Groovy Movies by Irv Slifkin. I could not find it to rent so I bought it.Published 21 months ago by Jeff Colson
The following review is adapted from the Kindle Book about films of the 1960s, SPIES AT THE ABC - VAMPIRES AT THE ODEON - CULTURE AT THE COSMO by JIM DOYLE (That's me! Read morePublished on June 20, 2013 by J. Doyle