Sex And The Single Girl

  • 1964
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy

Other than the title, there is no resemblance between this movie and Brown's hit nonfiction book. Hoffman wrote the story, but it was Heller's agreeing to write the script that convinced Fonda to join the cast after initally declining a lucrative offer and the chance to play comedy following a long hiatus from that form. (Fonda's favorite book was Heller's...read more

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03:05 — A sex farce very loosely based on "Sex and the Single Girl" by Helen Gurley Brown.
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A journalist (Tony Curtis) sets out to expose a female sex expert (Natalie Wood) in Sex and The Single Girl (1964) inspired by the self-help book by H (more…)
(Movie Clip) You're Not Mad?
Tabloid reporter Bob (Tony Curtis) is posing as his married friend Frank Broderick, trying to entrap sex therapist Dr. Brown (Natalie Wood) in an affa (more…)
(Movie Clip) Kind, Loving And Sweet
Count Basie Orchestra and Fran Jeffries (as Gretchen) taking the lead, with Bob (Tony Curtis) helping friends Frank (Henry Fonda) and Sylvia (Lauren B (more…)
(Movie Clip) Insanely Jealous
Tabloid journalist Bob (Tony Curtis) with feuding apartment neighbors Sylvia (Lauren Bacall) and Frank (Henry Fonda), dismissing girlfriend Gretchen ( (more…)
(Movie Clip) Dirty Delusions
First scene for Natalie Wood as Dr. Brown, only her name inspired by author Helen Gurley Brown, with colleagues (Otto Kruger, Mel Ferrer, Edmund Glove (more…)

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  • Rating: NR
  • Review: Other than the title, there is no resemblance between this movie and Brown's hit nonfiction book. Hoffman wrote the story, but it was Heller's agreeing to write the script that convinced Fonda to join the cast after initally declining a lucrative offer and… (more)

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