Review

  • Ann Margret, (Maggie Scott) plays the role of a young gal who came from Illinois and went to NYC and worked at Barclay Department Store where she was very successful and when Irene Chase, (Edie Adams) told her boss at Barclay she was leaving Paris in order to get married, it opened the door for Maggie Scott to take her place. However, Maggie was sort of dating the boss's son, Ted Barclay, (Chad Everett) who wanted to score with Maggie but she preferred to stay a virgin which made Ted rather angry, but he really loved her so he told his father Maggie would be great for this assignment as a fashion buyer in Paris, France. Maggie was in for a big surprise when she arrived in Paris because she ran into Louis Jourdan,(Marc Fontaine) who was a ladies man and a famous fashion designer of women's clothing who started to get very interested in Maggie in more ways than one. There is plenty of dancing by Ann Margaret and even a few songs are sung. Richard Crenna, (Herb Stone) gave an outstanding performance and he looked so young in this picture I could hardly recognize him.