The Sixties spurred an onslaught of sex comedies, musical romps and Pillow Talk-styled farces; this somewhat outrageous musical comedy drama may stand in a class all its own. Milton Berle appears briefly as Mr. Parker, the social director of a singles-only Southern California apartment complex. Among the newest residents are Anne Carr (Mary Ann Mobley) and Helen Todd (Lana Wood). But as Helen gets into the swing of things, Anne's decisive rebuffs have earned her the title of "the girl most unlikely." Things change, however, when she meets Bret Hendley (John Saxon), the local playboy who bets his buddies that he can bed the beauty in a week. Newly remastered.
Those looking for a tasteful but fun little musical comedy had best look elsewhere as this one is basically about the exploitation to two naive young women who move into a swinging singles complex to find some fun. Unfortunately, they end up objectified, and pursued. One of them leaves the place and gains firsthand experience with gang rape and suicide. Songs include: "For Singles Only," "Take a Chance with Me," "I'm Not Afraid," "Destination Unknown," "Why Need They Pretend'" "Symbol of Love," and "Tight Black Gown."
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