PG | | Drama, Thriller
A tale of innocent American tourists in Morocco whose son's kidnapping sets off a twisting plot of international intrigue.
Doris Day was so popular with the British that when she arrived at her London hotel for location shooting, mobs of fans had gotten word that she would be staying there and had gathered. Pandemonium erupted when they saw her, and she needed a police escort to get in. Fans continued to surround the hotel, camping out, shouting her name, asking for autographs, and hoping for a chance to see her. The hotel management finally had to ask her to leave.
You have muddled everything from the start, taking that child with you from Marrakesh. Don't you realize that Americans dislike having their children stolen?
At Ambrose Chapel, when the two men and the woman are discussing the music arrangements with the shot to be fired, the cigarette she is smoking is much smaller than the one that she extinguishes before she and the men go to leave the room.
Opening credits prologue: A single crash of Cymbals and how it rocked the lives of an American family.
The original film opened with the Paramount logo followed by their patented wide-screen process, Vista Vision. In the 1980s, Universal reissued the film with their logo, and dropped the reference to Vista Vision. The Blu-Ray edition retains the Paramount/Vista Vision logos at the start, but carries the '80s Universal logo at the end.
English, Arabic, French