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''Lord Love a Duck'' is a 1966 BlackComedy film directed by George Axelrod and starring Roddy [=McDowall=] and Tuesday Weld. It was adapted from a novel of the same name by Al Hine.

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''Lord Love a Duck'' is a 1966 BlackComedy film directed by George Axelrod and starring Roddy [=McDowall=] Creator/RoddyMcDowall and Tuesday Weld. It was adapted from a novel of the same name by Al Hine.


* SweaterGirl: Barbara Ann wants sweaters so that she'll fit in with the 'in' crowd, and goes shopping for them with her father. The scene with her trying on the sweaters in front of him is [[FreudWasRight rather disturbing.]]

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* SweaterGirl: Barbara Ann wants sweaters so that she'll fit in with the 'in' crowd, and goes shopping for them with her father. The scene with her trying on the sweaters in front of him is [[FreudWasRight rather disturbing.]]


* GoodOldFisticuffs: Alan is loudly disrupting couples at the make-out spot, and angers a huge muscleman. Alan affects an old-timey 'fisticuffs' position, muscleman gleefully goes in for the kill, and Alan beats the stuffings out of him.

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* GoodOldFisticuffs: Alan is While loudly disrupting couples at the make-out spot, and Alan angers a huge muscleman. Alan then affects an old-timey 'fisticuffs' position, the muscleman gleefully goes in for the kill, kill... and Alan beats the stuffings out of him.


* AutoErotica: Subverted. Alan takes Barbara Ann to [[MakeOutPoint the local make-out spot]] -- with the express purpose of loudly disrupting the necking couples.

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* AutoErotica: Subverted. Alan takes drives Barbara Ann to [[MakeOutPoint the local make-out spot]] -- with the express purpose of loudly disrupting the necking couples.


The plot revolves around the attempts of high school student Alan Musgrave ([=McDowall=]) to win the heart of Barbara Anne Green (Weld) by granting her every wish. The film satirizes various elements of the pop culture of its day, particularly "teen" movies.

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The plot revolves around the attempts of high school student Alan Musgrave ([=McDowall=]) to win the heart of Barbara Anne Ann Green (Weld) by granting her every wish. The film satirizes various elements of the pop culture of its day, particularly "teen" movies.



* AutoErotica: high-schooler Roddy [=McDowall=] takes new friend Tuesday Weld to the local make-out spot - with the express purpose of loudly disrupting the necking couples.

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* AutoErotica: high-schooler Roddy [=McDowall=] Subverted. Alan takes new friend Tuesday Weld Barbara Ann to [[MakeOutPoint the local make-out spot - spot]] -- with the express purpose of loudly disrupting the necking couples.



* GoodOldFisticuffs: Alan (Roddy [=McDowall=]) is loudly disrupting couples at Lover's Lane, and angers a huge muscleman. Alan affects an old-timey 'fisticuffs' position, muscleman gleefully goes in for the kill, and Alan beats the stuffings out of him.
* SweaterGirl: Barbara Ann (Tuesday Weld) wants sweaters so that she'll fit in with the 'in' crowd, and goes shopping for them with her father. The scene with her trying on the sweaters in front of him is [[FreudWasRight rather disturbing.]]

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* GoodOldFisticuffs: Alan (Roddy [=McDowall=]) is loudly disrupting couples at Lover's Lane, the make-out spot, and angers a huge muscleman. Alan affects an old-timey 'fisticuffs' position, muscleman gleefully goes in for the kill, and Alan beats the stuffings out of him.
* SweaterGirl: Barbara Ann (Tuesday Weld) wants sweaters so that she'll fit in with the 'in' crowd, and goes shopping for them with her father. The scene with her trying on the sweaters in front of him is [[FreudWasRight rather disturbing.]]


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->''"Dear, sweet, simple-minded Barbara Ann. Barbara Ann, whose deepest and most heartfelt yearnings express with a kind of touching lyricism the total vulgarity of our time."''
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->''"Dear, sweet, simple-minded Barbara Ann. Barbara Ann, whose deepest and most heartfelt yearnings express with a kind of touching lyricism the total vulgarity of our time."''
-->-- '''Alan'''
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->''"Dear, sweet, simple-minded Barbara Ann. Barbara Ann, whose deepest and most heartfelt yearnings express with a kind of touching lyricism the total vulgarity of our time."''
-->-- '''Alan'''


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''Lord Love a Duck'' is a 1966 BlackComedy starring Creator/TuesdayWeld and Creator/RoddyMcDowall and directed by George Axelrod.

The plot revolves around the attempts of teenager Alan Musgrave to win the heart of Barbara Anne Green by granting her every wish. The film satirizes various elements of the pop culture (particularly "teen" movies) of its day.

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''Lord Love a Duck'' is a 1966 BlackComedy starring Creator/TuesdayWeld and Creator/RoddyMcDowall and film directed by George Axelrod.

Axelrod and starring Roddy [=McDowall=] and Tuesday Weld. It was adapted from a novel of the same name by Al Hine.

The plot revolves around the attempts of teenager high school student Alan Musgrave ([=McDowall=]) to win the heart of Barbara Anne Green (Weld) by granting her every wish. The film satirizes various elements of the pop culture (particularly of its day, particularly "teen" movies) of its day.
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* EarWorm: The theme song.


* DawsonCasting: High-schoolers played by 23-year-old Tuesday Weld and ''38-year-old'' Roddy [=McDowall=].


''Lord Love a Duck'' is a 1966 BlackComedy starring Creator/TuesdayWeld and Creator/RoddyMcDowall and directed by Creator/FrankTashlin.

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''Lord Love a Duck'' is a 1966 BlackComedy starring Creator/TuesdayWeld and Creator/RoddyMcDowall and directed by Creator/FrankTashlin.George Axelrod.

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