The Girl Most Likely to... (1973)

Director
Lee Philips

Main cast
Stockard Channing; Ed Asner; Jim Backus; Joe Flynn; Chuck McCann

Genres
Comedy

Description
An ugly girl undergoes plastic surgery and becomes beautiful. She then takes revenge on all the people who mistreated her when she was ugly.


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