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I agree with an earlier posting that this is a fairly abysmal movie; however, having said that, the fact you get to see the only semi-nude seen ever put on film by the beautiful Dana Wynter and a fully nude shot of Barbara McNair, a mediocre singer with a better than mediocre bod, made this worthwhile to see. I, in fact, saw if four times at the PX Movie Theater in Yongsan, Eighth Army Compound, Seoul, Korea. But it was just 25-cents to get in and getting a little nudity in your mainstream flick was quite a gas in 1968.
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