Studio: Al et al
Alvin Purple is a 1973 Australian comedy film starring Graeme Blundell, written by Alan Hopgood and directed by Tim Burstall. The film is a sex-farce which follows the misadventures of a naïve young Melbourne man Alvin Purple, whom women find irresistible. Working in door to door sales, Alvin (unsuccessfully) tries to resist legions of women who want him. It received largely negative reviews from local film critics. Despite this it was a major hit with Australian audiences, becoming the most commercially successful Australian film released to that time. Alex Stitt had a long association with film, designer posters, logos and title sequences for numerous movies.