The Love God DVD

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So many women... Not enough man. Abner Peacock's (Knotts) beloved bird-watcher's magazine 'The Peacock' is in a financial crisis. Desperate to stay afloat Abner takes on new partners who have an agenda of their own: ito publish a sexy gentlemen's magazine. Before he can stop them the first issue sells over 40 million copies and Abner becomes the unwilling spokesperson for First Amendment rights. Swept up in the adulation the unwitting playboy quickly begins settling int

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Released
02 January 2006
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Universal Pictures Video 
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Runtime
101 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5050582362619 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play So many women Not enough man Abner Peacock&39;s (Knotts) beloved bird-watcher&39;s magazine &39;The Peacock&39; is in a financial crisis Desperate to stay afloat Abner takes on new partners who have an agenda of their own ito publish a sexy gentlemen&39;s magazine Before he can stop them the first issue sells over 40 million copies and Abner becomes the unwilling spokesperson for First Amendment rights Swept up in the adulation the unwitting playboy quickly begins settling into the swinging bachelor lifestyle in this quirky comedy featuring the lovable Knotts at his very best

Don Knotts stars in this 1960s sexual satire as mild-mannered bird watcher Abner Peacock, whose birding magazine is rapidly going out of business. When he takes on some new partners to revitalise the magazine, he is shocked to discover that they have an agenda of their own - to turn 'The Peacock' into a top 'gentleman's magazine'. When the next issue goes on to sell millions of copies, Abner soon finds himself in the position of defending his First Ammendment right to free speech and being seduced into a swinging bachelor world.

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