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The Telephone Book

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:October 3, 1971
Running time:80 minutes
Cast:Margaret Brewster, Roger C. Carmel, David Dozer, Jan Farrand, Lucy Lee Flippin
Director:Nelson Lyon
Writer:Nelson Lyon
Distributor:Rosebud Films

Description: In this film that seeks to make a comedy about obscene telephone callers, several callers and their victims are shown. Most of the film is about one of the callers who is so beguiling that before long, many of his victims are hoping that he will call them back. Indeed, one of his victims is so entranced that she exerts considerable effort trying to find him, not for prosecution, but to see how his real-life virility compares with his virtuoso telephoning. One interesting sidelight is that the film contains three members of Andy Warhol's art-gang (including Ultra Violet).~ Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide

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