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I saw the movie at preview w/'Stickball' Theme Song !
My name is Robert DeMars of Robert DeMars Productions (formerly 'The Mine'Recording Company, Hollywood Hills, California/Record Producer for Columbia-Epic/Zappa, Straight-Bizarre/Arista-Grateful Dead Records . In 1973 I attended the preview of 'Last Foxtrot in Burbank' in a Hollywood Theater. A satiric takeoff 'Last Tango in Paris' a friend (name forgotten) was involved in the production of the movie. Not much is remembered other than the hook Title (I'm originally from Burbank) and the Movies Theme Song 'Stickball' by comedian Murray Roman, a biting sex freedom anthem (but denigrating to women). The song, 'Stickball' by Roman was also released on record and I have it--have long enjoyed it. Robert DeMars Palm Beach,Florida
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