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Sextette WOOf! 1978 (PG)

Lavish film about an elderly star who is constantly interrupted by former spouses and wellwishers while on a honeymoon with her sixth husband. West unwisely came out of retirement for this last film role, based on her own play. Exquisitely embarrassing to watch. Interesting cast. 91m/C VHS, DVD . Mae West, Timothy Dalton, Ringo Starr, George Hamilton, Dom DeLuise, Tony Curtis, Alice Cooper, Keith Moon, George Raft, Rona Barrett, Walter Pidgeon, Regis Philbin; D: Ken Hughes; W: Herbert Baker; C: James A. Crabe; M: Artie Butler.

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