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Mise en Snap: I Love You Alice B. Toklas!


It’s about time I did another mise-en-snap!

I Love You, Alice B. Toklas is a deliciously tacky film from 1968 that parodies the 1960s counterculture. I watched it once and didn’t really pay attention.. the next time I saw everything and couldn’t stop laughing. (I always get a little mesmerized by 60s decor, trying to find ways to incorporate the hippie’s lounge pad into a family home.) The film is directed by Hy Averback and stars Peter Sellers and Leigh Taylor-Young (in her film debut). It features music by Harpers Bizarre, including the theme song that I still cannot stop singing — haha!

The title is a reference to writer Alice B. Toklas, who wrote a recipe for making cannabis Brownies released in 1954. I had the pleasure of learning about Alice B. Toklas and Gertrude Stein during a college Hemmingway class and trip to Paris — they were both pretty cool cats.

hippie market
everything = black&white
the herse
holy herse!
daisy wheels
big brother
nancy smoking
the butterfly
fudge brownies
alice b. toklas brownies
alice b. toklas brownie mix
flower car
nancy's castle
kitchen cram

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  • Reply Crystal 08/11/2010 at 12:39 am

    Lol how do you find these movies? I love the brownies note.

  • Reply Amber Renée 08/13/2010 at 5:25 pm

    I guess I just go looking for this sort of thing. 😉

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