Good Times (1967)
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Movie InfoPop singers Sonny and Cher are featured in this fluffy film that chronicles the popular duo's ideas for the film in which they are to make their cinematic debut. Much of the story centers around Sonny's movie fantasies as he tries to convince the studio head to use a more interesting script than the one he wants to present. Songs include: "I Got You Babe," "It's The Little Things," "Good Times," "Trust Me," "Don't Talk To Strangers," "I'm Gonna Love You" and "Just A Name."
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Sonny and Cher's only movie together, a minor, self-referential flick in which they play themselves, represents the feature debut of William Friedkin, who four year later won the Oscar for The French Connection
Viewers should be significantly disappointed in Sonny and Cher's only film together, as it is certainly not, as the title suggests, good times.
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