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What's New Pussycat (1965) was a Comedy Film directed by Richard Talmadge and Clive Donner and produced by Warren Beatty, Charles K. Feldman, John Dark, John C. Shepridge and Richard Sylbert.

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What's New Pussycat (1965) is a definite product of the 60s...which is a good thing

By monty on Aug 4, 2012 From All Good Things

Following the recommendation of my good friend and fellow blogger Irene, I finally had the chance to see this awesome film. First let me describe what I had to go through to finally watch it. I ordered it through Amazon over a month ago along with some other titles. The other movies came in 2 weeks ... Read full article

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Victor Skakapopulis: Do you have any salt?
Dr. Fritz Fassbender: Have I got any salt? I got a boat, I got kerosene, matches, firecrackers, two swords, and this flag. But, I ain't got no salt.

Dr. Fritz Fassbender: [leafing through a dictionary] "Lascivious adulterer... a man who is a lascivious adulterer"? What kind of book is this?

Michael James: As a man's life goes down the drain, you are there.

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The movie began as a semi-autobiographical project for Warren Beatty with Woody Allen writing the screenplay. Eventually Beatty's role became smaller than originally intended and producer Charles Feldman ignored his request to cast his then-girlfriend Leslie Caron instead of Capucine. Beatty then left the project and his role was taken by Peter O'Toole.
Woody Allen's feature film debut.
The scene where Woody Allen's character celebrates his birthday on the wharf was filmed on December 1, 1964 - Woody's 29th birthday.
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