1973, R, 87 min. Directed by Tim Burstall. Starring Graeme Blundell.
REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Mon., July 8, 2002
Alvin Purple is a salient example of the Australian "ocker" genre of the early Seventies - a group of films generally described as urban sexploitation comedies. In this film, all woman are irresistibly drawn to Alvin.
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Alvin Purple, Tim Burstall, Graeme Blundell