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I'll Never Forget What's 'Isname (1967)
Starring: Harry Andrews, Oliver Reed, Orson Welles, Carol White, Lyn Ashley, Frank Finlay, Michael Hordern
Director: Michael Winner
Category: Drama, Comedy, Classic
Studio: Anchor Bay
99 mins



"For The Adults Among Us!"-Judith Crist, Today Show-NBC

Wealthy advertising executive Andrew Quint (Oliver Reed) has it all: high-powered job, loving family and a beautiful mistress (Marianne Faithfull).Bored with success, he arrives at his office one morning with an axe and chops his career to pieces.Pursued by his scheming boss (Orson Wells), Quint sets out on a bittersweet journey through Swinging London to examine his life and re-discover his professional integrity.

Directed by Michael Winner (The Jokers, Death Wish), this wickedly funny film was condemned by the ratings board for its harsh language and graphic sexuality, only to become one of the most acclaimed -- and controversial -- movies of its time.