Cinema: People Who Use People

The Pad (And How to Use It). The title swings like a rusty tailpipe, but stay cool. Ross Hunter, the Hollywood production genius who gave the world Tammy and a yock-pile of fill'ems starring Rock Hudson and Doris Day, has actually produced an intelligent picture at last. Based on the first half of The Private Ear—The Public Eye, a 1963 Broadway hit by Britain's Peter Shaffer, The Pad is laid out as a parable of friendship. Ted (James Farentino), who considers himself God's gift to the working girl, is a crude dude with a smile like a moonlit mackerel and a...

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