The most interesting item in the film is the appearance of the real "Los Angeles Dodgers" who made an appearance in the film playing an exhibition baseball game in Japan. This film appearance was directly after the Dodgers abruptly moved to Los Angeles from Brooklyn which probably enraged New York filmgoers at the time. See more »
Cute little comedy that I like. Too bad for Suzanne Pleshette, but Jerry stick to love has no boarder motto.
This and Marlon Brando's "Sayonara" surprises me in the friendly attitude the producers has towards the Japanese just 11 years after WWII. Also, the depiction of the Japanese culture is pretty accurate, although it's clear that the movie is not shot in Japan.
This movie was made 2 years after Jerry broke up with Dean, and he shows that he can well hold it on his own.
Shot beautifully, probably in Los Angeles, and few footage from Japan, this movie wouldn't bore you.
This is one of the Jerry Lewis movie that I like.
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