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Woman Times Seven
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Director:
Writer:
Cesare Zavattini (screenplay)
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Release Date:
27 June 1967 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
As Naughty As A Black Lace Nightgown!
Plot:
Seven mini-stories of adultery: "Funeral Possession," a wayward widow at her husband's funeral; "Amateur... See more » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
Nominated for Golden Globe. See more »
NewsDesk:
Top Ten: Oscar's Favorite Foreign Filmmakers
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User Reviews:
See? I Told You So! See more (13 total) »

Cast

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Shirley MacLaine ... Paulette / Maria Teresa / Linda / Edith / Eve Minou / Marie / Jeanne
Elspeth March ... Annette - episode 'Funeral Procession'

Peter Sellers ... Jean (segment "Funeral Procession")

Rossano Brazzi ... Giorgio - episode 'Amateur Night'
Laurence Badie ... Prostitute - episode 'Amateur Night'
Judith Magre ... Bitter Thirty - episode 'Amateur Night'
Catherine Samie ... Jeannine - episode 'Amateur Night'
Zanie Campan ... episode 'Amateur Night'
Robert Duranton ... Didi - episode 'Amateur Night'

Lex Barker ... Rik - episode 'Super Simone'

Elsa Martinelli ... Pretty woman - episode 'Super Simone'

Robert Morley ... Dr. Xavier - episode 'Super Simone'
Jessie Robins ... Marianne, Edith's Maid - episode 'Super Simone'
Patrick Wymark ... Henri (segment "At The Opera")
Michael Brennan ... (segment "At The Opera")

Adrienne Corri ... Mme. Lisiere (segment "At The Opera")

Alan Arkin ... Fred (segment "The Suicides")

Michael Caine ... Handsome Stranger (segment "Snow")

Anita Ekberg ... Claudie (segment "Snow")

Philippe Noiret ... Victor (segment "Snow")
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paul Frees ... Dubbing (voice)
Clinton Greyn ... MacCormack - episode 'Two Against One'
Georges Adet ... Old Man (segment "Snow") (uncredited)
Jacques Ciron ... Féval (segment "At The Opera") (uncredited)

Vittorio Gassman ... Cenci - episode 'Two Against One' (uncredited)
Jacques Legras ... Salesman (segment "Snow") (uncredited)
Roger Lumont ... Nossereau (segment "At The Opera") (uncredited)
Roger Trapp ... Crosnier (segment "At The Opera") (uncredited)
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Directed by
Vittorio De Sica 
 
Writing credits
Cesare Zavattini (screenplay)

Produced by
Arthur Cohn .... producer
Joseph E. Levine .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Riz Ortolani 
 
Cinematography by
Christian Matras 
 
Film Editing by
Teddy Darvas 
Victoria Mercanton  (as Victoria Spiri-Mercanton)
 
Art Direction by
Bernard Evein 
 
Set Decoration by
Georges Glon 
 
Costume Design by
Marcel Escoffier 
 
Makeup Department
Georges Bouban .... makeup artist
Alberto De Rossi .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Gérard Crosnier .... unit manager
Jacques Juranville .... production manager
Robert Porter .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Marc Grunebaum .... assistant director
Marc Monnet .... assistant director
 
Sound Department
Pierre-Louis Calvet .... sound engineer (as Pierre Calvet)
 
Music Department
Riz Ortolani .... conductor
 
Other crew
Peter Baldwin .... personal assistant: to Mr. De Sica
Jean Fouchet .... main titles (as Jean Fouchet F.L.)
 

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Additional Details

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Runtime:
100 min | USA:108 min (DVD version)
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Color:
Color (Eastmancolor)
Sound Mix:
Mono (Westrex Recording System)
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Michael Caine, who plays a private detective, hired by a jealous husband to spy on Shirley Mac Laine, has no lines of dialogs in this movie. Even when he reports his surveillance mission calling from a telephone booth, his voice remains unheard.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: In "The Suicides" vignette, the characters scrawl a French profanity on the wall of their hotel room, yet when they play a long scene in front of a mirror in which the word is reflected, the word doesn't appear backwards as it normally would.See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in O apithanos (1970)See more »
Soundtrack:
Extract from 'Carmen'See more »

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5 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
See? I Told You So!, 21 July 2004
Author: JT Clark (jtclark01@comcast.net) from Naples, Florida USA

Woman Times Seven may not be the greatest film IL' Shirl has ever made ("Being There" comes to mind), and it may not be her high water mark for sheer feminine beauty (the scene where she's on the elevating psychiatrist's couch in "What A Way To Go" certainly takes that prize), but just to look at her as the grieving widow, to the surprise revelation of that cute little bow at the back of her apron in such a strategic place, to how she CLEARLY was the most spectacular femme at the opera...ah, what a piece of work is woman!

In this day and age, where women think that they don't need makeup, or stockings, or stiletto pumps, where hair is considered attractive if it looks like one just got out of bed and used fingers alone, and before they wake up and realize that tattoos and piercings are sooo trampy, that quick-cut set of takes where she is at once the house mouse in her little peignoir and just as instantly the SAME WOMAN is the man-eating vixen Simone is CLEAR CUT PROOF that with the right grooming and wardrobe ANY woman can be a goddess. I've been saying THAT for years, but no one but the cinematic cognoscenti would even know what I'm talking about.

Beyond that, the flick has EXACTLY the right taste of Sixties-flick, and that's enough said. Remember: Heaven will be all-Sixties forever.

JTC

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