Made in Paris (1966)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Romance


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An ex model, sales girl and assistant buyer/Ann-Margret for an NYC dress store lets her hair down when sent to Paris as fashion buyer.


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  • "Made in Paris" Ann-Margret on the set 1965 MGM
  • Ann-Margret in Made in Paris (1966)
  • Made in Paris (1966)
  • "Made in Paris" Ann-Margret, Richard Crenna 1965 MGM
  • "Made in Paris" Ann-Margret, Vito Scotti on the set, 1965 MGM
  • "Made in Paris" Ann-Margret on the set 1965 MGM

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22 July 2015 | jjnxn-1
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| Made before sexual harassment suits!!
Looked at from a modern perspective this film is horrendously sexist and there is cause for about a half dozen sexual harassment suits within the first fifteen minutes of the movie. But if looked at as a product of its time it's a bright fluffy colorful comedy with a stunning Ann-Margret and for anyone who is a fan of fashion a real eye candy treat. The film is loaded with high fashion sixties designs and has a fashion show smack dab in the middle.

There is also a very fun number of You've Got To See Mama Ev'ry Night (Or You Can't See Mama At All) performed by A-M and a dolled up Reta Shaw. A nice surprise for Miss Shaw's fans since she usually was cast as maids and crotchety spinster ladies, it's great to see her frisky and animated singing a spirited version of the tune.

As for the actual plot of the picture it boils down to sensible girl gets a chance to go to Paris and make a big impression at work but ends up turning into a dithery fool whose head is turned every which way by various men.

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