Review: ‘C.C. and Company’

Joe Namath frolics with Ann-Margret against a sordid milieu of motorbikes and an uneasy riders' commune in C.C. and Company.

Joe Namath frolics with Ann-Margret against a sordid milieu of motorbikes and an uneasy riders’ commune in C.C. and Company.

Namath and Ann-Margret encounter by chance on the road and he rescues her from a rape attempt by a few of his hippie gang. This leads to sex in the raw between him and her as consenting partners, and then, for Namath, some violent clashes with cult leader William Smith.

It’s all put together ineffectually with one exception: Smith is impressive as the motorcyclists’ guru; he’s a big and handsome young guy who knows how to project. Ann-Margret is cute and Namath is clumsy.

C.C. and Company

Production

Avco Embassy/Rogallan. Director Seymour Robbie; Producer Allan Carr, Roger Smith; Screenplay Roger Smith; Camera Charles Wheeler; Editor Fred Chulack; Music Lenny Stack

Crew

(Color) Available on VHS. Extract of a review from 1970. Running time: 94 MIN.

With

Joe Namath Ann-Margret William Smith Jennifer Billingsley Don Chastain Teda Bracci
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