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Terrible acting and terrible script and terrible sets
This is a terrible film. Carol Lynley is painful to watch, her attempt at a suductress consists of leaning on walls and rolling her eyes. Martha Hyer is past her prime, looks bad, wears bad clothes and wigs. Paul Burke is the one bright spot.
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