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Cast: Anne Heywood, Robert Vaughn, Donald Pleasence, John Lafayette, Carolyn Jones, Dorothy Malone, Ronee Blakley
Vinegar Syndrome / Region A-1 / Unrated / 1.85:1 widescreen / DTS-HD mono / 106 minutes
Extras: Re-Issue Cut: The Sin / "Thoughts on William Inge" video / Trailers / Television Spots / Stills Gallery
Have you ever seen a sleazy exploitation film that was directed by a multiple Emmy Award winner? Written by an Academy Award nominee? With a score by an Oscar-winning composer? Featuring a supporting case like Donald Pleasance, Robert Vaughn and Doris Roberts? Until now, I hadn't and chances are you haven't either. I'm sure there are other examples of highbrow sleaze, but they are few and far between. Marvin J. Chomsky's ("Roots") Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff is a marvel of smut because it is wrapped in a legitimate film package and when the offensive and salacious scenes begin, you are left with your mouth agape.