What’s So Bad About Feeling Good? (1968)

In this comedy, New York City undergoes a dramatic change when a toucan carrying a virus is smuggled through customs. In those it infects, the virus causes an intense euphoria and a desire to do good. The Big Apple goes into an economic tailspin as its residents become deliriously happy.

Director: George Seaton.
Stars: George Peppard, Mary Tyler Moore, Don Stroud, Susan Saint James, Dom DeLuise, Nathaniel Frey, John McMartin, Charles Lane, Jeanne Arnold, George Furth, Morty Gunty, Joe Ponazecki, Frank Campanella, Thelma Ritter.


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One Comment

  1. Steve Burstein
    February 22, 2019

    Based on the late 30s novel “I Am Thinking of my Darling”.

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