Hastings Corner (1970)

Spoof of soap opera with the feud between the Honker and Fandango families as the plot catalyst.

Director:

Bob Claver
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Cast

Cast overview:
Alan Oppenheimer ... Dr. Byron Dorman
Woodrow Parfrey ... Ta Ta Honker
Hal Linden ... District Attorney Corey Honker / Morey Honker
Karen Black ... Jenny Honker
Ann Willis Ann Willis ... Charlotte Honker
Hoke Howell ... Pa Fandango
Peter Brocco ... Brett Fandango
Stefani Warren Stefani Warren ... Tina Fandango
Barry Williams ... Junior Fandango
Madge Blake ... Freida Bindell
Robyn Millan ... Stacy Bindell
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Spoof of soap opera with the feud between the Honker and Fandango families as the plot catalyst.

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Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 January 1970 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Madge Blake's final performance. See more »

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Also titled as "Honker House"
24 December 2011 | by eltsr-1See all my reviews

A Peyton Place send up that made theatre of the absurd look like an Alistaire Cooke production. Very, very inventive and funny! Great comedy writing and brutal satire. Of course, it was quickly canceled. Karen Black appears as a very sexy member of the Honker Family that drops their shrink off at his office by throwing him out the back door of their limo, upon which he rises from the concrete, dusts himself off and begins narrating the first episode of the series,"That was one of my patients dropping me off." The last episode ends in a court scene where the defendant, and nearly everyone else in court, appear in wheelchairs and remove their socks to show they have a mole on the bottom of their foot as evidence of what?! Every minute was filled with invective and directed at the nonsense that Peyton Place and other popular series of the time intoned. It's out there somewhere...go get it!


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