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In this underground film from rebel New York filmmaker Mike Kuchar, an unhappy housewife seeks solace in the arms of a stranger. Adele (Floraine Connors) loathes her husband and fantasizes about starring in a movie called "The Craven Sluck." Bumping into a dashing suitor while out walking her dog, Adele thinks she may have finally found a way out. After all, Morton (George Kuchar) himself is stuck in a bum marriage with the irritating Florence (Bob Cowan). As it turns out, though, it's a flying saucer rather than a new boyfriend that will provide Adele with her escape route.

  1. Mike Kuchar

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Floraine Connors


  2. George Kuchar

    George Kuchar


  3. Bob Cowan


  4. Donna Kerness

    Donna Kerness

    Marilyn Marmoset

  5. Bocko

    Adele's Dog

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The Craven Sluck


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Status Released

Release Information

  • January 1, 1967


Original Language English

Runtime 0h 20m

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