A Bunny's Tale

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A Bunny's Tale
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Genre Biography
comedy-drama
Written by Deena Goldstone
Lynn Roth
Directed by Karen Arthur
Starring Kirstie Alley
Theme music composer Paul Chihara
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Producer(s) Stan Margulies
Joan Marks
Janette M. Webb
Cinematography Gayne Rescher
Editor(s) Millie Moore
Running time 104 minutes
Production company(s) ABC Circle Films
Distributor ABC
Release
Original network ABC
Original release
  • February 25, 1985 (1985-02-25)

A Bunny's Tale is a 1985 American made-for-television comedy-drama film based on American feminist icon and journalist Gloria Steinem's experiences working as a Playboy Bunny in 1963, as described by her 1963 article "A Bunny's Tale" (published in Show magazine in two parts, Part I and Part II.)

It stars Kirstie Alley as Steinem.

Plot summary[edit]

Engaged by a magazine to write an investigative article on publisher Hugh Hefner's nightclub chain, Ms. Steinem (Kirstie Alley) poses as a young girl named "Marie" and enters the Bunny training program at the New York City Playboy Club. Outfitted with phony ears, fuzzy tail and revealing costume, Gloria learns the proper method of serving drinks (the "bunny dip") and how to fend off customers who ignore Hefner's "look but don't touch" policy. She also concludes that being a sex object, even a chaste one, is depressingly demeaning—an "awakening".

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