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  1. as "fem jep" films go, this is probably the best ever. (Films in which a lovely woman is in jeopardy!) The right mix of wardrobe, stunning star, jewelry, and beautiful sets. Doris Day looks fantastic, acts her heart out (especially in the gut-wrenching, very brief "elevator scene"). And, of course, is simply living her life---USED by her own husband (Rex Harrison / Martin Melcher) to make money, innocent of his machinations. EVERYONE in the cast has something of an agenda, and likes to "play" other people. The stars never are in London, but who cares? This film is a total blast, creepy, very entertaining, and wonderfully silly at the same time. Best of all, it's a showcase for JOHN GAVIN, who deserved much more from Hollywood. He steals it.

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