While Avco/Embassy wasn't necessarily able to capitalize on their great showing at the end of 1967 and 1968; that is not to say they tanked completely (that won't happen until the mid 70's). From 1969 till 1972, they released a nice variety of films, some good, and some... Well, we can get to that. Either way, though they ended up falling victim to the law of diminishing returns, that is not to say they put out nothing of any merit. Let's take a look at a sampling of their wares for this stretch.
After two more releases, 1972 came to an end for Embassy. The ensuing years would see the company cut down on production, finally stopping making films altogether for the most part in 1975. They lost several millions in 1973 and the following year, Joseph Levine would resign from the company.
The films released during this period were, as noted in the first paragraph, less than inspiring. For this reason, I'll just be highlighting a few titles and moving things along.
We can also add in that Shelley Winters is in this and is as annoying as usual.
The rest of 1975 and the following year were not good for Embassy and though they were apparently close to shutting down, a fresh beginning was not far off.
Coming soon: Embassy Goes Commercial!