Cinema: The New Pictures, may 12, 1958

Mam'zelle Pigalle (Films-Around-the-World), Brigitte Bardot's sixth major U.S. release, contains enough provocative photography to give a teen-ager the Brigitters and to accelerate his grandfather's Bardotage. Though Brigitte wears more than 15 costumes, one suitcase could easily carry the lot. When not wearing a bikini, she wriggles about in tutus, tights and gossamer nighties. Once she wears a pirate suit that is slashed at the most astonishing points.

But as usual, her favorite costume is the wrap-around towel that does not quite wrap around. Unhappily, the makers of this movie spend so much time...

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