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====Main Details====
 
* Released in 1971 | B & W/Color
===Main Details===
* Released in 1971  
* B & W/Color
* Running Time: 82 Min.  
* Running Time: 82 Min.  
* Production Co: Troma Entertainment
* Production and Distribution Co.: [[:Category:Troma Films|Troma]]
* Distribution Co: Troma Entertainment (1971) (USA) (theatrical)
* Written and Directed by Lloyd Kaufman
* Directed by [[:Category:Lloyd Kaufman|Lloyd Kaufman]]
* Starring Lloyd Kaufman, [[:Category: Lynn Lowry|Lynn Lowry]], Andy Kay
* Written by [[:Category:Lloyd Kaufman|Lloyd Kaufman]]
* Starring Lloyd Kaufman, [[:Category: Lynn Lowry|Lynn Lowry]], Andy Kay, Stanley Kaufman
* Produced by Garrard Glenn, Lloyd Kaufman, Frank Vitale
* Produced by Garrard Glenn, Lloyd Kaufman, Frank Vitale
* Original Music by André Golino, Lloyd Kaufman
* Original Music by André Golino, Lloyd Kaufman
* Film Editing by Lloyd Kaufman
* Film Editing by Lloyd Kaufman
====Tagline====
 
===Plot Summary===
*After a series of mishaps, a young man is fired from his job for failing to deliver a package. He goes on a journey to find himself, encountering various characters including a priest and the owner of a pornographic bookstore, who are seen in black and white interview segments.
 
===Tagline===
* You can always keep a good man down!
* You can always keep a good man down!
====Synopsis====
The Battle of Love's Return is a 1971 comedy film written, directed, produced, and starring Lloyd Kaufman, the co-founder of Troma Entertainment, his first major film after his student production The Girl Who Returned. Kaufman plays 'Abacrombie', a down-on-his-luck loser. Upon being fired from his job, he sets out on a quest to find himself, encountering a variety of oddball characters who only make it harder for him. Sooner or later, he stumbles upon the girl of his dreams, and he determines to overcome his stupidity and win her heart. The film was favorably reviewed by Howard Thompson of the New York Times and Judith Crist of New York Magazine, who compared Kaufman to Woody Allen and Mel Brooks.
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Latest revision as of 00:17, 30 September 2022

The Battle of Love's Return (1971, USA) is a Comedy film directed by Lloyd Kaufman.
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Main Details

  • Released in 1971
  • B & W/Color
  • Running Time: 82 Min.
  • Production and Distribution Co.: Troma
  • Written and Directed by Lloyd Kaufman
  • Starring Lloyd Kaufman, Lynn Lowry, Andy Kay
  • Produced by Garrard Glenn, Lloyd Kaufman, Frank Vitale
  • Original Music by André Golino, Lloyd Kaufman
  • Film Editing by Lloyd Kaufman

Plot Summary

  • After a series of mishaps, a young man is fired from his job for failing to deliver a package. He goes on a journey to find himself, encountering various characters including a priest and the owner of a pornographic bookstore, who are seen in black and white interview segments.

Tagline

  • You can always keep a good man down!
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