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The Friendly Neighbors
Very Friendly Neighbors

1971      

It is said that a picture is worth 1000 words. In the "Very Friendly Neighbors," you see it, they don't talk about it. Albert Zugsmith, the creator of this motion picture, causes his actors and actresses to give such realistic portrayals that the audience feels they are attending a wife-swap commune.

Although this is a dramatic presentation it is based upon known psychological and sociological fact. Our present day society has fostered upon the middle income groups the necessity for extra-sexual expression in line with their income.

The more affluent members of our society have been able to express their extra-marital desires by an old method called "the other woman or man"

"The Very Friendly Neighbors" in the most sensually exciting form portrays the ever so true story of "communal marriage," the most logical step to take place once two couples have been paired off, thereby releasing their progressive sexual desires. This formula is really not new, for if you read "Tales of the Decameron" you will find one of the

stories ends as follows . . . "so each husband had two wives and each wife had two husbands."



A Hollywood starlet, bored by the monotony of a budget marriage, and the sameness of making love to one man, becomes interested in the newly married couple next door.

The two couples try the experiment of swapping wives. The starlet and her playboy husband dig the excitement of the action. The other couple, remorseful, vow never to stray again.

The playboy's boss, meanwhile, has been seducing a virgin by the use of hypnosis, but falls in love with the ex-virgin and marries her.

Both couples swap wives. They have a ball. They decide to try a communal marriage, all living together under one roof.

But it proves as monotonous to the starlet as being married to one man and she leaves, breaking up the communal arrangement.




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The Communal Marriage

A Film By Albert Zugsmith

Produced By Donald E. Leon


"The Very Friendly Neighbors"

Produced By Donald E. Leon
A Film By Albert Zugsmith


Cast

Angelia Caron
Ami Paisley
Alain Germaine
Sally Sanford
Alexander Beckett

Crew

Production Manager .......................... Carol Caruso
Cameraman .......................... Bob Maxwell
2Nd Unit Cameraman .......................... Joe Bardo
Art Director .......................... Clyde Houston
Sound Mixer .......................... Clark Wills
Boom Man .......................... Chick Boom
Make-Up .......................... Nora Maxwell
Props .......................... Dave Anderson
Key Grip .......................... Rocky Pebbles
Gaffer .......................... Ken Gibbs
Grip .......................... Garti Pucket









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