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Soupy Sales Stars In This Kooky Cape Kennedy Comedy Caper Costarring Tab Hunter And Arthur O'Connell, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Color, 1966, 1 Hour 28 Minutes.) #BirdsDoIt #SoupySales #TabHunter #ArthurOConnell #Comedies #ComedyFilms #Movies #Film #MotionPictures #Cinema #Hollywood #AmericanCinema #CinemaOfTheUS #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive
Melvin Byrd is a national hero for being the world's foremost "miniscule molecular particle surveillance monitor", which is to say, he's a high tech janitor. This invites everything from attempts on his life to choice assignments keeping critical space program hardware clean at Cape Kennedy launch center. It also brings him into contact with the most amazing people, including Judy the chimpanzee, whose monkeyshines result in Byrd being zapped by a negative ion generator that results in two important side effects: weightlessness and irresistibility to the opposite sex. See how all this gets Soupy in and out of trouble, the arms of beautiful women, and agents on both sides of the cold war!
Art Arthur, Leonard Kaufman, Arnie Kogen
Stanley Colbert (Producer), Ivan Tors (Executive Producer)
Soupy Sales ... Melvin Byrd
Tab Hunter ... Lt. Porter
Arthur O'Connell ... Prof. Wald
Edward Andrews ... Gen. Smithburn
Doris Dowling ... Congresswoman Clanger
Beverly Adams ... Claudine Wald
Louis Quinn ... Sgt. Skam
Frank Nastasi ... Yellow Cab driver
Burt Taylor ... Devlin
Courtney Brown ... Arno
Russell Saunders ... Clurg
Julian Voloshin ... Prof. Nep
Bob Bersell ... Doorman
Warren Day ... Curtis
Jay Laskay ... Willie
Birds Do It is a 1966 comedy film directed by Andrew Marton and starring Soupy Sales, Tab Hunter, Arthur O'Connell, Edward Andrews and Beverly Adams. It was made by Columbia Pictures and filmed at the Ivan Tors Studios in Miami with cameos provided by Dean Martin (Columbia's Matt Helm), Flipper, director Andrew Marton as himself, and a Cary Grant impersonator played by Ray Anthony. Sales was vocal in his dislike for the film, his only starring role. It was also the next-to-last film in Marton's long directing career. The special effects of Byrd flying are in the style of the Hertz Rent-A-Car commercials of the time. One sequence featured Byrd being attacked by skydivers in a sequence reminiscent of the pre-credits sequence of Moonraker with Byrd's stunt double wearing a parachute under his sport coat.