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Mansfield 66/67

Mansfield 66/67 is a movie starring Kenneth Anger, A.J. Benza, and Sue Bernard. MANSFIELD 66/67 is about the last two years of movie goddess Jayne Mansfield's life, and the rumours swirling around her untimely death.

Other Titles
Jayne Mansfield 66/67
Running Time
1 hours 24 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Musical, Documentary, Biography
Director
Todd Hughes, P. David Ebersole
Actors
Sue Bernard, A.J. Benza, Kenneth Anger, Joshua Grannell
Country
USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

MANSFIELD 66/67 is about the last two years of movie goddess Jayne Mansfield's life and the rumors swirling around her untimely death being caused by a curse after her alleged romantic dalliance with Anton LaVey, head of the Church of Satan.

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Adam Turner

I saw this movie about 2 years ago and I thought it was great! I watched it again yesterday and it was even better! The director really brings the songs to life and it is great to see them again. I don't want to spoil anything for those who haven't seen it yet but it is a must see! I can't wait to see it again! I have been waiting for this for a long time and it is really worth the wait. You won't be disappointed!

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Larry

I remember the first time I saw this movie, on cable in the late 80s. The band was playing, and my boyfriend and I were so pumped that I turned to him and said, "I bet I could play better than the band!" I didn't say this out of jealousy or anything, I was genuinely happy to hear that. But when I heard that this movie had been made, I had to see it. The movie was absolutely awesome. It really is a story about how bands and their music came to be, and how bands have become legends in their own right. The movie is truly a gem, and one that anyone should see. I saw this on cable one night and fell in love with the movie. I had never heard of this band, and my boyfriend, who was still in college, had never even heard of them. I think that this movie should be seen by all. I have never been a big fan of metal, and I have only ever really heard about this band through the internet. But I loved this movie so much, and I am now a big fan of metal. This movie is fantastic. I love it. If you like music, I highly recommend this movie.

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Beverly S.

A film maker with a keen eye for detail and a skillful eye for composition and sound capture. Mr. Jackson, although known for the "Matrix" trilogy, which was a massive success, has crafted a very strong, entertaining, documentary on the early rock'n'roll era, and a look into the creative process behind it. Although the film is slow at times, the director manages to maintain interest throughout the film. He knows his audience, and makes the film flows with purpose. Mr. Jackson has made a film for fans, and not just for those of us who love the music and the eras. He has included a few songs that are not in the music and, to my knowledge, is not the first person to do this. The documentary is filled with tidbits from the period, and many interesting interviews with artists, music industry people, and musicians. The songs are mostly very good, but some are just as good. Mr. Jackson does a good job in blending the documentary with the music. The interviews with some of the musicians are very interesting, and many of the interviews are very interesting. He has a very good ear for what is important in the music. In the end, this is a very good documentary, and it should be required viewing for anyone who loves rock'n'roll. I give it a "8", but if you like rock'n'roll, you will enjoy it. If you don't like rock'n'roll, you will enjoy it. I hope you will give it a chance. I am sure you will enjoy it.

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Carolyn L.

This is one of the best documentaries I have seen in a long time. There are some really bad movies made these days, but the people behind the scenes are the ones who know what it takes to make a great movie. I can't think of a better way to spend a couple of hours than this one.

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Michael Robinson

I can't think of a more perfect movie to end this series. I had never heard of this movie until I saw it and fell in love with it. This movie will be the beginning of my new-found appreciation for film. I am so glad I watched it. It was so easy to fall in love with it. You can tell it is a very serious film. This is the first time I have ever seen a film that has a "darker" ending than most of the movies I have seen. The ending is what truly sets this film apart from other films. The music and sound effects are incredible. If you love music and you love movies, I highly recommend this film.

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Samantha

After I saw this documentary I wanted to see it again, but I had to wait a while to see it again. I remember the film well. I was so impressed with it that I watched it again and again and was very surprised by the insights that I had gained from it. The film shows us the historical context of this day and age. It shows us the social structure and the interactions between the people, and also shows us how different races, religions, and countries were viewed by the ruling class of the time. I think that the film shows us the "tyranny of the majority" in a very powerful way. I am surprised that this film did not get much publicity at the time it was released. I believe that it was a very important film that was forgotten and ignored. It should be shown to all people who are interested in how the history of the 20th century has shaped the present day. A very good documentary. 9/10

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Bruce

This is a really great film about the day in 1970 when Bobby Sands and his friends threw the first Molotov cocktail at a Mexican restaurant in New York. It is a great story of a young man with a dream who sees the future and a community of people who see the future. The film is well-done and should be viewed by anyone who loves a story about the future.

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Cynthia S.

This is a really good documentary on the music of the 60's and 70's. I had not known that the music of the 60's and 70's had been given such attention in films like 'Sound of Music' and 'The Sound of Music', so I was really impressed with this documentary. The interviews with the musicians are great and the film is full of music clips. I think that it is very well put together and shows the music in a different light. I really enjoyed this film and would recommend it to anyone who likes music.

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Joan

I have been a fan of the film for quite a while. When the documentary was released on DVD, I was absolutely in love with it. I was so impressed with how this documentary captured the artistic spirit of the film. As the film was coming to an end, I couldn't help but think how much I would love to see the film again. I was curious to know how it would play out. When I went to see it again on the DVD, I was surprised by how much I loved it. I thought that this documentary could be on the same level as the original, but that was not the case. The story of the film and the interviewees are really interesting, but it seemed like they were just describing the past rather than telling the story of the film. The people interviewed were still good, but I was not completely impressed. I was hoping for more. I would love to see more footage from the film and would like to know more about the people that were involved with the film. The film did make me think about my own relationship with my father. I would like to know how the film affected him. I think that if they had a more complete version of the film, I would have enjoyed it more. I would recommend this film to everyone who wants to see the story of one of the greatest films ever made.

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Lisa S.

I just came back from watching this film and I was very impressed. This is the best documentary I have seen in a long time. I didn't expect it to be this good. This is a must see for all fans of Rolling Stones. There is a lot of raw footage and some great interviews. I can't wait to see this on DVD and even more so on DVD! This is a must see for anyone who is a fan of the Rolling Stones. The documentary is also very interesting as it shows how the Stones became successful. They are a band that used to play to very small crowds and audiences just couldn't get their heads around them. They still can't! If you are a fan of the Rolling Stones you should definitely check this out.

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Judy W.

The new film on the classic "Cats" series. An interesting film about the film, and the man behind the film. It's interesting to see that the director and actors are both from different countries. The director is British, and the actor is Austrian. The film is an interesting look at the films and what they were about. It's interesting to see that they are both not just acting, but actually directing the film. It's a nice little film, with a great soundtrack. I recommend it to fans of the films, and also to fans of the man behind the films. It's an interesting film that you should check out. 8/10

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Sean

Not so much a documentary as a graphic tale. What I really liked about this movie was the fact that I could never stop laughing. There were many funny bits that are not to be missed. I think this movie is one of the funniest movies I have ever seen. The most amusing thing about the movie was the little girls, they were hysterical. This movie is for anyone who is into comedy and its great for a laugh. Go see it, its a great movie.

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Sandra Carter

At the very beginning of the film, it is stated that a lot of the people involved in the making of this documentary are close friends and family members of the band. As we move through the film, we learn that this is not an accident. They all knew each other, and their involvement with the band is very much an integral part of their lives. One of the most interesting and interesting aspects of the documentary is the nature of their relationship. They were all very well-read and very interested in the music, but their passion was more to the people involved with the band. The most interesting aspect of their relationship is the way in which they tried to achieve that shared passion. When a band has a "brother" (or "sister") in the band, it is natural that they would try to emulate that person's personality, interests, and strengths. The way they went about that was also interesting, and a nice touch. I think the most impressive aspect of the film was the way that the band themselves described the relationships they had with each other. The band members gave very little away, but I think it was very important for them to tell the story of their friendship. They talked about how they had different jobs, different interests, different problems, and how they really tried to maintain a "brotherly" relationship. I think that was very interesting to watch, and it made me appreciate their relationship a lot more. It was also very interesting to see how their friend and family members responded to the documentary. Some of them didn't like it, and some of them liked it. Overall, I think the documentary is very well-done, and very interesting. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to learn more about the band and the people involved with them.

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Emily F.

In his most ambitious and innovative film, film critic Roger Ebert recounts the complicated story of the making of the Beatles' film "Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow." As the film was being made, John Lennon and Paul McCartney met with the producer and director of the film, George Martin. Ebert reveals that this meeting was the first time the Beatles had heard the film, and as a result, they were greatly affected by the film. This film is a tour de force of editing, sound, and musical experimentation. The film is also a lesson in the creative power of music. The film is full of "temporal serendipity," and it is fascinating to watch how musicians and filmmakers worked together to create a masterpiece. It's also a lesson in the power of music to inspire and move audiences. As the Beatles' music is featured, Ebert interviews numerous artists including Tom Jones, John Williams, James Taylor, and even Stevie Wonder. The film is packed with great music, great music, and great music. It is an amazing story that is almost unbelievable.

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David Woods

It is a documentary about a music and rock band called Manics, a group that has been on tour since their release in 1985. The documentary shows a lot of backstage footage from their concerts. The band members are interviewed as well as those who work for the band. It also shows some behind-the-scenes footage from the band's concerts. This documentary is definitely a must-see for anyone who likes rock music.