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The Gypsy Moths(1969)

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  • Wonderful Movie

    • stephanie Armstrong
    • 6/7/15

    I LOVED this movie! Saw it in Dallas, TX when it was released, I remembered everyone being in SHOCK when they did the nude scene. That just didn't happen in 1969! I wondered how Deborah Kerr really felt about it later. I have read in the past how difficult that can be to film a nude scene. (Well, maybe not now -LOL) And a real eye opener for me with those topless dancers! (I was 20 -never had been to one) Loved the music also - it was the perfect theme. Scott Wilson made me cry when he was grieving... I ordered the DVD a few months ago. So glad I found it!

  • gypsy moths

    • kevin sellers
    • 1/14/15

    Kind of a weird combo of an action adventure, barnstorming plane movie and an interior examination of repressed and self destructive midwesterners movie. Problem is that there wasn't enough of the first movie for the action junkies and not enough of the second for the espresso in the lobby crowd. Consequently, it made no money. Still, it's worth seeing, if only for a good early Gene Hackman performance as the least sensitive of the three sky divers and for Deborah Kerr, one of the truly great actresses of the second half of the twentieth century, who may not get the midwestern part of her character, but sure as hell nails the repressive part. Also, there is always something interesting going on in a John Frankenheimer film and this is no exception. I'm thinking of the scenes between Lancaster and Kerr on those hot, small town, midwestern nights that have eroticism and tension in skillful balance. Strange that Frankenheimer would pick this flawed film as his favorite, but if movies are like directors' kids then I guess they love the ugly ducklings the most. Give it a B minus. P.S. Great music from Elmer Bernstein, who sure knows how to score a small town movie.

  • GYPSY Moths

    • Mark Polloni
    • 8/13/12

    WHAT A CAST ! WHAT SCENERY AND ACTION !

  • Gyphy Moths

    • Mark Polloni
    • 8/13/12

    Geat Movie with a TALENTED CAST.

  • great sky diving stunt movie.

    • tim
    • 6/2/10

    I saw this movie at the now-gone Marshall Theater in Tullahoma, TN. I remember it was great for its sky diving - I enjoyed the movie for that reason and it's worth watching for the stunts...

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