The Secret of My Success (1965)

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Fast climbing Arthur Tate rose to his fame, wealth and respectability quickly from a beginning as a naive constable His rise was also due to 3 women: dressmaker Violet Lawson, Lily, the ... See full summary »


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  • Honor Blackman and James Booth in The Secret of My Success (1965)
  • Stella Stevens in The Secret of My Success (1965)

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26 August 2002 | shelly
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| Absolutely Awful!!
I've been waiting to see this movie for YEARS only because I'm a huge Shirley Jones fan , but even the wonderful Ms. Jones can't salvage this godawful mess. I realize it's supposed to be a black comedy but it's more of a bleak comedy. I really tried liking this, but it just goes to show how really difficult it is to make a decent or even a halfway decent film. This one fails in all departments, but I'm still glad I saw Shirley Jones in her black wig!!! Avoid!

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