TV-MA | | Drama, Romance
A beautiful but amoral model sleeps her way to the top of the London fashion scene at the height of the Swinging Sixties.
According to Richard Gregson, the film only earned £250,000 in Britain, but Nat Cohen sold the US rights to Joe Levine for $900,000 and made a profit - and the movie was a big hit in the US.
"Ideal Woman" Interviewer:
Well, I do want our readers to feel that it is really your story; so, I thought I'd perhaps ask you a few questions and if you'd just answer them in your own words.
Diana Scott: Yes, I see. Alright, ask away.
When Robert and Diana are throwing things into the river, the tide is fully out. They see the derelict house, go and investigate and then discuss it outside again, when the tide is fully in.
The US version, released by Joseph E. Levine's Embassy Pictures in 1965, is cut by four minutes (including a nude scene of Julie Christie at the end of the film). The Embassy Home Entertainment VHS contains the shorter version while the MGM DVD and VHS contain the uncut version.