Everybody Loves It (1964) Phillip Mark

Everybody Loves It (1964)
Genre: Comedy | Nudie
Country: USA | Director: Phillip Mark
Language: English | Subtitles: None
Aspect ratio: 1.33:1 | Length: 59mn
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 “I am the only unlucky four-leaf clover in the world,” says the only unlucky four-leaf clover in the world with the voice of vocal specialist PAUL FREES (doing the same “Ludwig Von Drake” voice he used in Not Tonight Henry). But when the janitor of a Hollywood studio finds the clover, both he and the clover hope their luck will change, and the janitor immediately fantasizes about becoming a famous television star….

And that, of course, is all the Nudie-Cutie premise Everybody Loves It needs to combine two of America’s greatest passions: bare breasts and TV shows – specifically Ben Casey (1961 – 1966), The Untouchables (1959 – 1963), and Combat (1962 – 1967), with a sexy cigarette commercial thrown in for the hell of it: “Remember, folks, cancer is good for you!”

As the great surgeon Paul Bearer, the janitor imagines himself side by side with Dr. Sven Crazy and tiny Dr. Zero in performing an operation on a patient in a lunatic hospital sequence that consists mainly of idiotic sight gags and, of course, ripping the clothes off the nurses.
As Louie Linguini, the janitor dreams he’s a master criminal who tries to rob a fur store with fellow thugs Muscle Marinara and Benny the Booster by breaking through a wall while a topless blonde pretends to be a mannequin.

Finally, in “Combat Desk Clerk,” the janitor fancies himself a war hero who goes behind enemy lines to find “the Guns of Macaroni” and stumbles upon a “secret naval base” which is actually a lake full of naked women that not only entraps a platoon of horny German soldiers, but Der Fuehrer as well….
Another great time capsule of early Sixties pop culture, Everybody Loves It is the kind of parody one might expect by combining a 1964 issue of TV Guide with busty babes in big bouffants, Nudie-Cutie nudity, Playboy’s party jokes, burlesque-style humor, and Mad magazine. In fact, Mad’s mascot, ALFRED E. NEUMAN himself, pops up in a rather creepy cameo.

Diminutive burlesque comic LITTLE JACK LITTLE – whose film appearances include Tomb Itmay Concern (1950), Not Tonight Henry (1960), and My Tale is Hot (1964) – runs amok in all three sequences. His idea of a joke is not particularly sophisticated but he looks funny, and seeing a tiny guy leering into the cleavage of nudie models like ALTHEA CURRIER and ROBYN HILTON is all that’s needed here.
Everybody Loves It (1964) 

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