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Sextette

Year:
Duration:
91 min
Genres:
Comedy | Musical | Romance
IMDB rate:
3.1
Director:
Ken Hughes
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 1978-03-03
Filming Locations: Samuel Goldwyn Studios - 7200 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood, California, USA
Cast
Actor
Character
Mae West
Marlo Manners
Timothy Dalton
Sir Michael Barrington
Dom DeLuise
Dan Turner
Tony Curtis
Alexei Karansky
Ringo Starr
Laslo Karolny
George Hamilton
Vance Norton
Alice Cooper
Waiter
Keith Allison
Waiter in Alexei's Suite
Rona Barrett
Rona Barrett
Van McCoy
Delegate
Keith Moon
Dress Designer
Regis Philbin
Regis Philbin
Walter Pidgeon
The Chairman
George Raft
George Raft
Gil Stratton
Gil Stratton
Harry Weiss
The Don
Rick Leonard
Team Mascot
June Fairchild
Woman Reporter
George E. Carey
Dockweiler
Ed Beheler
President Jimmy Carter
Derek Murcott
Hotel Manager
William Beckley
Desk Clerk
Ed Ness
1st Deaf and Dumb Man
Jay B. Larson
2nd Deaf and Dumb Man
Richard Peel
English Chef
Ian Abercrombie
Rex Ambrose
John Austin
Reporter
James Bacon
Reporter
Peter Liapis
Ronald Cartwright (as Peter Alexander)
Jill Freeman
Fan
Jason Cooper
Guard
Cal Bartlett
Mr. Foreman (as Calvin Bartlett)
Brent Williams
Trampolinist
Brian Abadie
Weight-lifter
Denny Gable
Shot Putter
Reg Lewis
Athlete
Jim Morris
Weight-lifter
Kal Szkalak
Athlete
Jim Tarleton
Weight-lifter
Ben Astar
Israeli Delegate (uncredited)
Patrick Sullivan Burke
Irish Delegate (uncredited)
Klair Bybee
Ringo's Cinematographer (uncredited)
Roger Callard
Javelin Thrower (uncredited)
Bonnie L. DeSouza
Fan (uncredited)
Harold Fong
Chinese Kitchen Chef (uncredited)
Jorge Moreno
Spanish Kitchen Chef (uncredited)
Rollin Moriyama
Japanese Delegate (uncredited)
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Trivia
Alice Cooper recorded the piano ballad "No Time for Tears" for his scene in the film, but it was rejected by Mae West, who stated her character would never cry over the loss of a man. The song was ultimately replaced by the peppy disco number "Next, Next." More than two decades later, the recording of "No Time for Tears" was finally issued in the boxed set "The Life and Crimes of Alice Cooper."
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Timothy Dalton later described the film as "a sort of carnival ... extremely special to do."
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Mae West lip-synced to her 1972 recording of "Happy Birthday Twenty One," which was issued on her album "Great Balls of Fire." This is the only song which appears in the film that has been officially released.
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Goofs
When West and DeLuise leave the hotel gymnasium.
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Sir Michael is holding a glass in his left hand and grabs the champagne bottle from Dan with his right. Cut to another angle and the bottle and glass are in the opposite hands.
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Earlier scenes establish that the hotel gymnasium is below the lion statue, where the tape is. When Barrington recovers the tape from the statue, a street is below him. When he falls, he ends up in the gymnasium.
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Quotes
Regis Philbin: The wedding of a world famous figure, and surely this figure is famous.
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Marlo Manners: I'm the girl that works at Paramount all day, and Fox all night.
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Marlo Manners: Marriage is like a book. The whole story takes place between the covers.
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Photos from cast
Ric Drasin