Garlic Is as Good as Ten Mothers
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Garlic Is As Good As Ten Mothers (1980) is a documentary film about garlic directed by Les Blank. In 2004, the film was selected for preservation in the United States’ National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant.”
The director recommends that, when the film is shown, a toaster oven containing several heads of garlic be turned on in the rear of the theater, unbeknownst to the audience, with the intended result that approximately halfway through the showing the entire theater will be filled with the smell of garlic.
The title is said to be a shortened form of the old saying "Garlic is as good as ten mothers... for keeping the girls away."
- Garlic Is As Good As Ten Mothers at the Internet Movie Database
- Garlic Is As Good As Ten Mothers page from Les Blank site
- Washington Post article
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