Tonight for Sure
|Tonight for Sure|
|Directed by||Francis Coppola|
|Produced by||Francis Coppola|
|Music by||Carmen Coppola|
|Edited by||Ronald Waller|
|Distributed by||Premier Pictures|
|Running time||69 minutes|
Tonight for Sure is a 1962 Western softcore comedy film by Francis Ford Coppola. It was written by Coppola and Jerry Shaffer. Jack Hill was the Director of Photography. The music was composed by Carmen Coppola. It is a film set in August 1961 on the Sunset Strip starring Karl Schanzer and Don Kenney and featuring Electra, Exotica, Laura Cornell, Karla Lee, and Sue Martin. Features footage from The Peeper (an short sexploitation film of Coppola), and an unfinished Western set in a nudist colony.
On the Sunset Strip, two unlikely men rendezvous: Samuel Hill, an unkempt desert miner, and Benjamin Jabowski, a John Birch Society dandy from the city. Intent on some sort of mayhem, they enter the Herald Club before the burlesque show starts, and they wire something to the electrical box, set to blow at midnight. They sit at the back of the club to get to know each other. As they drink and glance at the stage, Sam tells of a partner driven mad by visions of naked women in the sagebrush; Ben tells a tale of trying to rid his neighborhood of a pin-up studio. As they get drunker and the clock ticks toward midnight, they pull their chairs closer to the women on stage.
- Tonight for Sure at the Internet Movie Database
- Tonight for Sure at the TCM Movie Database
- Tonight for Sure at AllMovie
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