Shampoo is a American satirical romantic comedy-drama film written by Robert Towne and Warren Beatty, and directed by Hal Ashby. It stars Warren Beatty, Julie Christie, and Goldie Hawn, with Lee Grant, Jack Warden, Tony Bill, and, in a first film appearance, Carrie Fisher. The film is set on Election Day , the Plot - Cast - Reception - Awards and honors. 1 Jan "Shampoo" is a movie I expected to admire enormously. It was made by some of Hollywood's most gifted talents, and the critical praise from New York has been almost deafening. But the movie didn't quite work for me. Its timing wasn't confident enough to pull off its ambitious conception. It wasn't as funny. 9 Jun - 2 min - Uploaded by Video Detective Shampoo Trailer Director: Hal Ashby Starring: Carrie Fisher, Goldie Hawn, Jack Warden.
Comedy · Lovers undo a hairdresser from Beverly Hills around Election Eve in . In opening credits, horror film producer/actor William Castle is billed as " Bill Castle," but in end credits is back to "William Castle. 'Shampoo' is quite an interesting period black comedy set in the late 60s during the sex revolution. In one. This film is set the day after Nixon's election in George is a Beverly Hills hairdresser whose services to his female clients sometimes extend beyond a mere snip. George borrows money from his lover's husband, who in turns requests that George escort his mistress to an election night party. Rating: R ( adult. 22 Mar A hairdresser expresses his fear of commitment by seducing his female clients.
8 Jul She had better luck with her third nomination, for her torrid performance opposite Warren Beatty in 's Shampoo. Grant candidly reflects on her experiences filming the latter movie in this exclusive excerpt from her memoir, I Said Yes to Everything, out today. On the Set of Shampoo. Warren Beatty was. 17 Jan Watch Shampoo movie trailers, exclusive videos, interviews from the cast, movie clips and. Shampoo is a racy, star-studded bedroom farce set in the decadent, sexually liberated Los Angeles of the late s. Written by Academy Award(r) winner Warren Beatty ( Best Director, REDS) and Robert Towne (CHINATOWN) and directed by Hal Ashby (BEING THERE), the film was nominated for four Academy.