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For three junior high school friends, growing up takes a dangerous turn when the local bully targets them with his aggression. With no one to turn to but each other, they muster the courage to take a shot at settling the score.
This is Gloria Steinems personal story of her Playboy Club experience in 1963. Gloria is talked into going under cover to get a story. Margie teaches the girls what's expected of Playboy bunnies. When her boy friend, Ned Holcomb finds out about her moonlighting job, friction abounds. Crisis time.Written by
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The early days of both Gloria Steinham and Kirsty Alley merge nicely in this glossy look at Bunny Life in a Bunny Hutch. Gloria actually did became a Playboy Bunny for a time in order to do an article, Kirsty became Gloria, and both were terrific Bunnies. The story itself is sad and funny and gives the audience a lot to think about. The photography, the sets, and especially the costumes are fabulous. The acting is better than later efforts of the same actors. It raised my consciousness somewhat...I no longer long to wear long ears!
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