Sextette (DVD)

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Description

Mae West stars in this 1970s musical comedy based on her play about the relationship difficulties of an ageing movie star. Marlo Manners (West), a legendary Hollywood figure, arrives at a lavish hotel to celebrate her honeymoon with her sixth husband, Sir Michael Barrington (Timothy Dalton). However, circumstances contrive against the couple as the many individuals desperate for Marlo's attention - TV and newspaper reporters, ex-husbands, awestruck fans and, less conventionally, secret agents - conspire to get in their way. The film features appearances from a number of well-known actors and musicians including Tony Curtis, Ringo Starr, Keith Moon and Alice Cooper.

Product Details

Barcode
5019322350255
Department
Movies & TV
Released
10 Mar 2014
Type
Movies
Format
DVD
Genre
Comedy
Region
Region 2
Language
English
Studio
Simply Home Entertainment
Extras
  • Interactive Menus
Runtime
91 min
Age Restriction
PG
Supply Source
UK

Movie

Title
Sextette
Release Year
1978
Running Time
90 min
Language
English
Categories
Musical & Performing Arts / Biography / Musicals / Sex / Theatrical Release
Official Website
http://www.crownintlpictures.com/ostitles.html
Ratings
IMDb
3.2
Rotten Tomatoes®
18% 20%
Synopsis
The sensational Mae West stars in this somewhat lurid vanity musical based on her own play. Six former husbands hover around a rich heiress on her honeymoon. This was Mae West's last film, made when she was in her eighties.
Notes
Mae West's final screen performance.

Color by Metrocolor.

Additional credits: Gene Marum (production manager/assistant director) and Michael Arciaga (music coordinator).
Poster
Poster for Sextette
Cast & Crew
Director
Ken Hughes
Star
Ian Abercrombie / Alice Cooper / Tony Curtis / Timothy Dalton / Dom DeLuise / George Hamilton / Keith Moon / Walter Pidgeon / George Raft / Ringo Starr / Mae West
Screenwriter
Herbert Baker
Featured
Rona Barrett / Regis Philbin
Movie Critics
New York Times
"...Poetic, terrifying..."
Vincent Canby (8 Jun 1979, p.C10)