Bunny O'Hare

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Time Out says

Embarrassingly unfunny caper in which Davis and Borgnine masquerade as hippies to commit a series of 'social revenge' bank robberies. Davis, supported by Oswald, understandably sued producers AIP for post-production tampering which ineptly stressed the knockabout aspects.
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UK release:

1971

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92 mins

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Fred

So bad, it's great. Davis and Borgnine are perfect, even if unwilling, comic foils. It is silly, cliched, and an irreverent classic. Add in John Astin, voila it's Larry, Moe, and Curly. I would love to have a copy. Can't find it anywhere. Anyone have one for sale?