Women and Gays!


This movie really talks down to women and gays

STOP PUPPY MILLS! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bx5jc_atNs&fmt=18/

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In 1968, homosexuality was still usually hidden from "proper" society and considered unnatural and shameful.

As for women, the Sinatra attitude towards "broads" was somewhat out of date by that time, but that was always Sinatra's style.

I have a new philosophy. I'm only going to dread one day at a time.

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Good points


STOP PUPPY MILLS! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bx5jc_atNs&fmt=18/

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Sinatra was accepting but mocking. He never condemned anyone's lifestyle. And the women and gays in this film who were mocked deserved it. I prefer someone to speal their minds than the fake and phony PC nonsense we see in film today.

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This film was made in the last throes of when these issues weren't considered issues. I would say that the 1970s were the time when it all started to get really challenged.

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what else would you expect from Franke?

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