3 In The Cellar (also known as Up in the Cellar) is a 1970 American comedy film directed by Theodore J. Flicker and starring Wes Stern, Larry Hagman, Joan Collins, Judy Pace, David Cargo, and Joan Darling. The plot concerns a man who decides to bed three women.
It was described by AIP as “as near a sequel to Three in the Attic as possible” and was originally known as The Late Boy Wonder. The music was composed by Don Randi.
1 Didn’t I Turn Out Nice? (Don Randi; Dory Previn) 02:49
2 Hugo (Don Randi) 01:57
3 Movin’ Out Slow (Don Randi) 01:51
4 Tracey Loves Me (Don Randi) 02:15
5 Ted’s Tune (Don Randi) 02:05
6 Three Loves (Instrumental) (Don Randi) 03:23
7 Three Loves (Don Randi; Bob Silver) 02:09
8 Our Hero (Don Randi) 00:18
9 Movin’ Out Fast (Don Randi) 02:19
10 Colin’s Ride (Don Randi) 02:31
11 Colin’s Lament (Don Randi) 02:45
12 Tracey’s Groovin (Don Randi) 01:58
13 Harlene Baby (Don Randi) 02:26
1 Didn’t I Turn Out Nice?
7 Three Loves
Producer – Don Randi
Arranged By – Don Randi
Conductor – Don Randi
Engineer – Armin Steiner
Engineered At Sound Recorders, Hollywood
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