Cinema: I'll Never Forget What's 'Isname

Furiously swinging an ax, the London adman whacks his desk into sawdust. "Andrew, darling," soothes the boss, "you're always threatening to resign." Andrew darling's hackwork is nothing compared with what Producer-Director Michael Winner (The Jokers) has done to this splintery British satire on the high cost of selling out.

Having demolished his desk, the rebellious adman this time really does cut loose. Determined to go straight, Andrew (Oliver Reed) leaves the business, the boss, and the ball-and-chain. To further prove his good intentions, he even jettisons his two mistresses. Soon he gets an honest job at the Gadfly, a drab little literary...

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