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The Swinger (1966) was a Comedy Film directed by George Sidney and produced by George Sidney.

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Sir Hubert Charles: I know, I know! It's been said that Sir Hubert, here, has a dirty mind. Well, I just can't help it!


Sir Hubert Charles: Sir Hubert doesn't like a challenge! Sir Hubert likes a sure thing!


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Although production wrapped in late 1965, a campy pop art prologue/epilogue (comic book-style words like "POW!," "WHAM!", etc. superimposed over Ann-Margret as she swung across screen on a swing, echoing Bye Bye Birdie's filmic bookends) was subsequently filmed to cash in on success of TV's Batman which debuted in early 1966.
Ann-Margret rides a 500cc Triumph T100C Tiger motorcycle in the film. Later, she herself featured in Triumph Motorcycles's official advertisements in the USA.
In her autobiography 'Speed Bumps', Teri Garr (in 1965, a young background dancer) reveals she was Ann-Margret's double for many shots in the body painting sequence and that the long and messy shoot involved wallowing in colored pudding for hours.
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