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The Chapman Report (1962) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by George Cukor and produced by Darryl F. Zanuck and Richard D. Zanuck.

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"The Chapman Report," or I Kinsey What You Did There

By David on Jul 20, 2015 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

A funny thing happened to movies in the early 1960s -- they got more "daring" in the sense that they included sexual language and dealt with adult themes. The weird thing is, they did this in an awkward, shame-based way -- so much so that they seem downright childish compared to the sense of frankne... Read full article


"The Chapman Report," or I Kinsey What You Did There

By David on Jul 20, 2015 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

A funny thing happened to movies in the early 1960s -- they got more "daring" in the sense that they included sexual language and dealt with adult themes. The weird thing is, they did this in an awkward, shame-based way -- so much so that they seem downright childish compared to the sense of frankne... Read full article


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Richard Mulligan's first movie.
According to pre-production blurbs in the LA Times, Orson Welles was initial choice to play the title sex researcher (a role that ultimately went to Andrew Duggan), with Janet Leigh and Jayne Mansfield named as two of the female leads.
Mark Robson was asked to direct.
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Also directed by George Cukor




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Also produced by Darryl F. Zanuck




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Also released in 1962




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