Common Law Cabin
|Common Law Cabin|
|Directed by||Russ Meyer|
|Written by||Russ Meyer|
|Music by||Igo Kantor|
Common Law Cabin (original title How Much Loving Does a Normal Couple Need?) is a 1967 exploitation film directed by Russ Meyer. The movie features Alaina Capri and Meyer regulars Babette Bardot and Jack Moran. 
Dewey Hoople (Jack Moran) runs a broken down tourist trap along the Colorado River along with his French wife Babette (Babette Bardot) and his daughter Coral (Adele Rein). Business is so bad that Hoople must pay a local alcoholic (Frank Bolger as "Cracker") to entice tourists, called "suckers", to spend some time and money there.
- Babette Bardot as Babette
- Frank Bolger as Cracker
- Alaina Capri as Sheila Ross
- John Furlong as Dr. Martin Ross
- Andrew Hagara as Laurence Talbot III
- Jackie Moran as Dewey Hoople
- Adele Rein as Coral Hoople
- Ken Swofford as Barney Rickert
Roger Ebert later wrote the film, along with Good Morning and Goodbye, was "not among Meyer's best later work. The plots are too diffuse to maintain dramatic tension, the acting is indifferent, and there is an uncharacteristic amount of aimless dialogue. In retrospect, however, these films can be seen as Meyer's gradual disengagement from plot." 
- King Leer By STEVEN M. LOVELADY Wall Street Journal 24 Apr 1968: 1.
- Palm Springs Visitors Center. "Coachella Valley Feature Film Production 1920–2011". Filming in Palm Springs. Palm Springs, CA. Archived from the original on March 5, 2016. Retrieved October 1, 2012. ♦ Download[permanent dead link] (Downloadable PDF file)
- RUSS MEYER: King of the Nudies Ebert, Roger. Film Comment; New York Vol. 9, Iss. 1, (Jan/Feb 1973): 35-46.
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