Cherry, Harry & Raquel (1969)

X | 71 mins | Drama | 1969

Director:

Russ Meyer

Writers:

Russ Meyer, Tom Wolfe

Producer:

Russ Meyer

Cinematographer:

Russ Meyer

Production Companies:

Panamint Films, Eve Productions
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HISTORY

Also known as Three Ways To Love . Astrid Lillimor is a pseudonym for Uschi ... More Less

Also known as Three Ways To Love . Astrid Lillimor is a pseudonym for Uschi Digart. More Less

CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANIES
DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTOR
PRODUCERS
Prod
Assoc prod
Assoc prod
Assoc prod
WRITERS
Scr
PHOTOGRAPHY
Cine
Asst cine
FILM EDITORS
Film ed
Film ed
Asst film ed
MUSIC
SOUND
PRODUCTION MISC
Asst prod mgr
SOURCES
SONGS
"Toys of Our Time," composer undetermined, sung by Jack and the Balls.
DETAILS
Alternate Title:
Three Ways To Love
Release Date:
1969
Premiere Information:
Atlanta opening: 26 November 1969
Copyright Claimant:
Panamint Films
Copyright Date:
7 November 1969
Copyright Number:
LP37261
Physical Properties:
Sound
Color
De Luxe
Duration(in mins):
71
MPAA Rating:
X
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Although confined to an Arizona hospital, Franklin masterminds a massive narcotics operation. From his bed the patient commands his minions, including deputy sheriff Harry, Mexican-American syndicate driver Enrique, English nurse Cherry, and mistress Raquel. Among their assignments is the murder of Apache, an Indian competitor. When Harry and Enrique attempt to ambush the dealer, however, he eludes them. Returning with a marijuana shipment from Mexico, Enrique is waylaid and slain by the Indian. Apache's next victim is Franklin, whom he kills in his hospital bed. Raquel arrives to cheer Franklin and makes love to his corpse before realizing that the invalid is dead. Shocked by the discovery, she rushes to Cherry, who offers her marijuana and love. As Harry and Apache fight to the finish, the entire plot is revealed to have been the product of author Raquel's ... +


Although confined to an Arizona hospital, Franklin masterminds a massive narcotics operation. From his bed the patient commands his minions, including deputy sheriff Harry, Mexican-American syndicate driver Enrique, English nurse Cherry, and mistress Raquel. Among their assignments is the murder of Apache, an Indian competitor. When Harry and Enrique attempt to ambush the dealer, however, he eludes them. Returning with a marijuana shipment from Mexico, Enrique is waylaid and slain by the Indian. Apache's next victim is Franklin, whom he kills in his hospital bed. Raquel arrives to cheer Franklin and makes love to his corpse before realizing that the invalid is dead. Shocked by the discovery, she rushes to Cherry, who offers her marijuana and love. As Harry and Apache fight to the finish, the entire plot is revealed to have been the product of author Raquel's imagination. +

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Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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