Common Law Cabin

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Common Law Cabin
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Directed by Russ Meyer
Written by Russ Meyer
Jack Moran
Starring Alaina Capri
Babette Bardot
Jack Moran
Music by Igo Kantor
Cinematography Russ Meyer
Release date
  • 1967 (1967)
Running time
70 min.
Country United States
Language English

Common Law Cabin (original title How Much Lovin' 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. It was co-written by Russ Meyer and Jack Moran, and filmed on location on the Colorado River in Arizona. Other portions of the film were shot in the Coachella Valley, California.[1]

Plot[edit]

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.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Palm Springs Visitors Center. "Coachella Valley Feature Film Production 1920–2011". Filming in Palm Springs. Palm Springs, CA. Retrieved October 1, 2012. Download (Downloadable PDF file)

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