Here's a movie for Barbara Steele fans. Her role is not large, but it's important to the plot -- such as it is -- and she looks gorgeous! In other respects, however, this little "B" comedy with top stars in Donald Sinden, Peggy Cummins, Richard Wattis and Peter Reynolds, is a rather disappointing "affair", even though it is certainly most agreeably acted, particularly by Richard Wattis and Peggy Cummins (and good to see Ian Fleming as the judge). Direction, photography and other credits are capable, but the very, very lightweight script by Ronald Jeans really lets the side down. True, the plot has plenty of potential but all its promising ideas never really materialize. Instead we are treated to very conventional and easily predictable plot developments; and even the few promising threads that survive are drowned in a plethora of dull dialogue.
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