Cinema: The New Pictures, Aug. 29, 1960

Come Dance with Me (Francis Cosne; Kingsley) concerns a dentist (the late Henri Vidal) who, during an important poker game, experiences a moment of tooth. Brigitte Bardot appears, leading her sore-jawed father. It is an emergency. Vidal puts on his white jacket, jams his mirror into the sufferer's mouth, then stares entranced at the filling—Brigitte's, naturally. Before long the toothache is even worse, but he, the handsome dog, and she, the pretty thing, are in love.

They marry, they quarrel, the plot commences: Vidal seeks solace with a luscious dancing teacher (Dawn Addams) who levers him into a compromising position. Then, as...

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