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The Perils of Pauline (1967)

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This version of the Perils of Pauline (recognizable from the others by it's song "Where are you my pretty Pauline... See full synopsis »

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Release Date:

24 July 1969 (Mexico)  »

Also Known As:

Os Perigos de Paulina  »

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(TV premiere)

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(Westrex Recording System)



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1.37 : 1
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Cartoonist and Monty Python star Terry Gilliam was responsible for the ad campaign design to promote this movie. See more »


My Pretty Pauline
Words and Music by Vic Mizzy
Sung by Pat Boone
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Low budget MILLIE
18 February 2005 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Released in cinemas in Australia on a school holiday double bill with the Don Knotts comedy THE RELUCTANT ASTRONAUT this is a small comedy I guess made for 'the family market' from Universal. At the time THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE was a smash success for the studio and this might be considered her little sister film. There was big talk in 1967 of a sequel to MILLIE to be called JAZZ BABY with the same cast: Channing, Andrews and John Gavin. Instead somehow THE PERILS OF PAULINE was made instead or as an interim while the JAZZ BABY ideas were ironed out. PAULINE uses some of the MILLIE sets, props and clothes and even similar 'silent movie' comedy routines. It is a lot of fun and anything with Terry Thomas and Edward Everett Horton must be seen. Had Olivia Newton John been older it is exactly the sort of film she would have made. Instead we have Pamela Austin. Pat Boone was really on the way out by 1967 and stayed on TV instead. Anyway, unfortunately JAZZ BABY was shelved and Ross Hunter went on to make the embarrassing icecap musical LOST HORIZON for Columbia on the old CAMELOT set and was snowballed for doing so.

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