There is an on-going battle of industrial espionage between rival cosmetics companies, Femina, owned by Sir Jason Fox, and May Fortune, owned by Matthew Cutter. Caught in the middle between the two are among others top industrial designer Patricia Foster, who officially is on May Fortune's payroll after being fired by Femina, and Christopher White, a suave Brit who also is officially on May Fortune's payroll as Cutter's right hand man. On the surface, Patricia is still working for Femina trying to steal the new top secret formula for a water repellent hairspray developed by Dr. Stuart Clancy for May Fortune, that hairspray which would make all other hairsprays obsolete, while Christopher secretly tries to stop her. Below the surface, it is not clear whether either Patricia or Christopher truly are working for May Fortune, Femina or someone else. But as they progress through these on the surface missions, their true missions are eventually revealed as are their true allegiances, which ... Written by
A zigzag pattern of suspense and excitement
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12 May 1967 (Finland)
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(Westrex Recording System)
Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?
Along with the concurrently filmed In Like Flint
(1967), this was the last movie to be made in CinemaScope. (Most studios moved on to use Panavision for their widescreen formats.) Don Bluth
unsuccessfully tried to resurrect the format with his film, Anastasia
(1997). See more
When they're in bed, just before he shoots her with the truth drug, she calls him 'Richard' - his real name, not his character Christopher's name. See more
That phone is making me very nervous.
It is making me nervous too. Let me take you away from all this. I also have a room with no phone.
Each screen of the opening credits is presented uniquely. The names of the leads appear in speech/thought bubbles of an extra. One page appears gradually as a walkie-talkie's antenna extends. Others fade in, slide in, are pulled from behind walls, appear with different clipart, etc. See more
by Larry Marks
Performed by Doris Day
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