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The Nasty Rabbit (1964)



The Nasty Rabbit

(1964)

90 minutes.

Film / Comedy

Directed by James Landis

Cast: Arch Hall Jr.

Director James Landis wisely doesn't take the material seriously. With candy colors, over-acting which would do Phil Tucker proud, under-cranked chase scenes, and other gonzo touches, this is a wonderfully absurd delight. And because Arch Hall Jr. is in the cast, how can you not have a lot of great bad rock and roll too? The debonair Arch is not only a spy, in his trademark white dinner jacket, but he also is the front man of a rock band that is just the living end for teenage girls everywhere. In fact, once the ranch owner's daughter learns that dreamboat Archie's band is going to show up, she flips, literally! And because it's an Arch Hall Jr. picture, his old man, Hall Sr., cannot help but give himself a showy role: a cameo mind you, but a pivotal one.





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