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DVD Review - Caprice (1967)

20 February 2012 11:42 PM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Caprice, 1967.

Directed by Frank Tashlin.

Starring Doris Day and Richard Harris.


A female spy (Doris Day) working for a cosmetics company gets caught up in a complex plot to discover the formula to a new hairspray. Teaming up with a fellow spy (Richard Harris) they discover an underworld involving more than just beauty products.

It always amazes me that there are still films unavailable on DVD – forgotten pieces of cinematic history laying neglected and unaccounted for because nobody seems to care. So Caprice, a 1967 oddity starring Doris Day and Richard Harris, finally gets a UK release on a format that has existed for over 15 years.

Caprice starts like a James Bond film. There's a pre-title ski chase resulting in a murder that’s quite exciting and sets up a mystery. What follows is another scene familiar from espionage movies, as the lead character (played by Doris Day) makes her »

- flickeringmyth

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