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The First Nudie Musical
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Credits
Title: The First Nudie Musical
Genres: Comedy; Musical
Directed by: Mark Haggard
Bruce Kimmel
Written by: Bruce Kimmel
Produced by: Jack Reeves
Cinematography: Douglas Knapp
Edited by: Allen Peluso
Production
Distributed by: Paramount Pictures
Cinema International Corporation
Northal Film Distributors
Creswin Distribution
Media Home Entertainment
Chiron Industries
Image Entertainment
Kritzerland
Eion
Family Home Video
Seven Keys Home Video
Released: March, 1976
Rating: R
Running time: 97 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
Budget: $200,000
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A film director is tasked with making a musical with a lot of sexual references and such. He only has two weeks to do it. He must find actors and actresses who can sing and dance, sometimes while naked, and a director who won't burn down the set. He is not alone, however, as he has his trusty assistant to help him.

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Stephen Nathan Harry Schechter
Cindy Williams Rosie
Bruce Kimmel John Smithee
Leslie Ackerman Susie
Alan Abelew George

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Note: The following is taken from the full credits list for this entry on IMDB. As it is a website with user-submitted information, some of the data listed here, including character names may be inaccurate.

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  • The actor Ron Howard made a small appearance towards the beginning of the film. This was 4 years after the pilot of Happy Days, the TV series which made Howard a household name.
  • Actress Cindy Williams also appeared in George Lucas' American Graffiti, and she auditioned for the role of Princess Leia in Star Wars.
  • The films was given an R-rating due to it's excessive profanity, full-frontal nudity and mild sexual content and themes, but for the same reasons, was given an X-rating in the UK, and was even banned in New Zealand (despite receiving an R-rated release in Australia).
  • The tagline of the film is "The Ultimate Take-Off".

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