Up Your Teddy Bear

  • 1970
  • Movie
  • R
  • Comedy

Cox, a shy salesman for the Mother Knows Best Toy Company, creates his own wooden dolls as a hobby. The company's director, Newmar (best remembered for the sexual tension she brought to television's "Batman" series as the Catwoman), wants Cox's dolls for the company, but he won't part with them. Since Cox's other hobby involves fantasizing about beautiful...read more

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Cox, a shy salesman for the Mother Knows Best Toy Company, creates his own wooden dolls as a hobby. The company's director, Newmar (best remembered for the sexual tension she brought to television's "Batman" series as the Catwoman), wants Cox's dolls for the company, but he won't part with them. Since Cox's other hobby involves fantasizing about beautiful women, Newmar's son, Buono, gets a prostitute to do her best to get Cox to give up his creations. This plan fails, however, because Cox is attracted to Newmar, who reminds him of his mother. That good woman instilled a "sex is dirty" ethic in her boy that now works to Newmar's disadvantage. Only Freudians in desperate need of a laugh will find anything even remotely funny here. Though actress Valora Noland is listed in the film's cast, she isn't actually in the film — Joslyn credited her as a joke.

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  • Review: Cox, a shy salesman for the Mother Knows Best Toy Company, creates his own wooden dolls as a hobby. The company's director, Newmar (best remembered for the sexual tension she brought to television's "Batman" series as the Catwoman), wants Cox's dolls for t… (more)

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