An aging silent movie comic star tries for a comeback by staging a wild party that turns into a sexual free-for-all. The comic ends up killing his mistress and her latest boyfriend. Written by
During the shooting of the film, James Ivory called one of the takes of a scene with Raquel Welch "a bit dull" and asked for a retake. Because of this, Welch walked off the set and refused to return until Ivory apologized to her in front of the entire cast and crew. Ivory capitulated and they continued with the scene. See more »
Pour the wine and let the music play low-down / Let me hold you like a loverman would /When I kiss you, babe, don't tell me to slow down / Here's the lowdown / Ain't nothin' bad about feelin' good.
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I bought this because Raquel Welch was in it. Every movie that I have of here's which is about 17 she was always gorgeous and beautiful except this one. She wasn't bad in this picture but with her beauty, she shouldn't have been in this movie in the first place. I loss interest in this movie as soon as the person said the year 1920. This movie told you how a movie stars to get his life back once they have been found. However, how could you waste the beauty and the talent of Raquel Welch in a movie like this? Raquel body is far better serve on beach scenes and watching walk around the beaches in those short and lovely bikinis. I'm sorry Raquel but I can't give this movie anything more then 3 weasel stars. You and your talent were wasted in this movie and the only reason I gave it 3 weasel stars was because your name was in it.
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