Wild and Wonderful




From the Wikipedia entry:



Dick Vosburgh of The Independent commented, "Critics found it hard to accept that it had taken six writers to fashion the wafer-thin tale of a jazz flautist whose marriage to a French film star is threatened by the jealous tricks of Monsieur Cognac, her neurotic, alcoholic French poodle."[5] In his obituary for Tony Curtis in 2010, Dave Kehr dismissed the film as "disastrous," noting that Curtis was rebuilding his reputation after an earlier affair with Kaufmann, his co-star in Wild and Wonderful, and subsequent divorce from Janet Leigh.
Posted By: Paul - Tue Oct 03, 2017
Category: Fey, Twee, Whimsical, Naive and Sadsack, Ineptness, Crudity, Talentlessness, Kitsch, and Bad Art, Movies, Dogs, 1960s





Comments
Definitely drive-in material.
Posted by KDP in Madill, OK on 10/04/17 at 09:10 AM
Cut out the people and leave the dog, and maybe you'd have a movie worth watching.
Posted by Brian in Denial on 10/11/17 at 09:05 PM