Cinema: Full-Dress Farce

Made In Paris casts Ann-Margret as a pushy little pure girl exploring what she calls her "first big chance" abroad. Playing a dress buyer on a junket, Ann-Margret adapts to comedy by snickering through her lines, but her candy-box wardrobe gets most of the laughs. Sympathetic Dress Designer Louis Jourdan says: "Wild Paris sex is one big cliche. You can have it if you want it—there are specialists who cater to such tastes." Ann-Margret finally settles for the tame American sex offered by Chad Everett, who has Paul Newman's looks, Clark Gable's voice and...

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