Up in the Cellar [Three in the Cellar]

N.p. American International Pictures [AIP], 1970. Vintage studio still photograph from the 1970 film. With an American International Pictures stamp to the verso, alongside a cello-taped mimeograph snipe. Featuring a "black militant" being forcibly removed from the room by actor Larry Hagman, while Harlene Jones and Judy Pace look on.

A lighthearted comedy and a movie that probably could not be made today, in which Wes Stern fails out of college attempts suicide, only to be saved against his will by university president Larry Hagman, who flunked him. In grumpy retaliation, Stern decides to bed the three women most important to the president: his mistress, his wife, and his daughter. Set against the backdrop of Civil Rights campus upheaval.

Shot on location in New Mexico.

8 x 10 inches. Near Fine.


[Book #139895]