Lord Love a Duck (1966) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by George Axelrod and produced by George Axelrod.
Overlooked Gems: Lord Love a Duck (1966)By Lesley Coffin on Sep 27, 2013 From Pretty Clever Films
There have been many, many movies dealing with the myths, lore, and downfalls which come from fame, fortune, and celebrity.? But no star evokes the idea of celebrity more than Marilyn Monroe, and no film about Monroe is better than the little seen high school satire Lord Love a Duck.? Tuesday Weld s... Read full article
Tuesday Weld ~ Lord Love a Duck (1966)By Google profile on Nov 2, 2009 From Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog
About MeBlogger, Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog and more. Please add my Google profile to your circles. This is one bizarre film. There is no other way around it, this film is very weird. And if you hear Tuesday Weld stars as Barbara Ann, a high school teen that aspires to be a movie star. S... Read full article
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Stella Bernard: You lied to me, Miss Greene. You permitted me to believe your father was dead.
Barbara Ann: Well, they're divorced.
Stella Bernard: In our family we don't divorce our men; we *bury* 'em!
Alan: Dear sweet simple minded Barbara Ann. Barbara Ann whose deepest and most heartfelt yearnings express with a kind of touching lyricism the total vulgarity of our time.
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Barbara Ann's sweaters as mentioned in chronological order: Grape Yum Yum, Banana Beige, Lemon Meringue, Pink Put On, Papaya Surprise, Periwinkle Pussycat, Turquoise Trouble, Midnight A-Go-Go, and Peach Putdown.
Tuesday Weld told film critic Rex Reed that this was her favorite film and that she thought she gave her best performance in it.
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