Five Minutes to Love

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Five Minutes to Love
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Directed by John Hayes
Produced by Ethlyn De Carlo (associate producer)
Paul Leder (producer)
Max Winter (associate producer)
Written by William W. Norton (written by)
Paul Leder[citation needed] (uncredited)
Starring Rue McClanahan
Music by Jaime Mendoza-Nava
Cinematography Paul Hipp
Running time 85 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Five Minutes to Love (originally[citation needed] known as The Rotten Apple and It Only Takes Five Minutes) is a 1963 American drama film directed by John Hayes and starring Rue McClanahan as Poochie, a woman who lives in a junkyard. The film was critically lambasted, and later picked up by exploitation filmmaker Kroger Babb.

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The film was released in 2006 as a double feature with Walk the Angry Beach under its exploitation title Hollywood After Dark, focusing on McClanahan's roles, as she later gained fame for her work on The Golden Girls.

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