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Caprice (1967)

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Doris Day stars in this attempt at a zany spy comedy in which she plays an industrial agent assigned to work in a cosmetics manufacturing company, whose employees are involved in drug smuggling, and kill any enemies she encounters. She must also manage to stay alive. One day she is involved in a skiing accident (engineered by the enemy) and is saved by a handsome, enigmatic spy. Love blooms and they team up to find the man who killed her father, who was also an agent.

Cast

Doris Day
as Patricia Foster
Richard Harris
as Christopher White
Lilia Skala
as Madame Piasco
Ray Walston
as Stuart Clancy
Jack Kruschen
as Matthew Cutter
Edward Mulhare
as Sir Jason Fox
Irene Tsu
as Su Ling
Larry D. Mann
as Inspector Kapinsky
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Critic Reviews for Caprice

All Critics (2)

First and foremost a moral document in the face of faddish decadence

Full Review… | November 16, 2009
CinePassion

A bomb of magnificent proportions...

Full Review… | February 23, 2007
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Audience Reviews for Caprice

½

There can be no denying the high camp-factor at play in this movie. It is quite bad. But, it manages to mix enough "way-out" mid-60's glam w/an uncomfortable Richard Harris and the constant comic mugging of Doris Day that you can't help but be entertained. And, oddly, there is a certain art at play with the way the sets are designed and filmed. But, this is one of those big budget cinematic errors that is fun to watch on a rainy day.

Matty Stanfield
Matty Stanfield

One of the real dogs Doris made towards the end of her career, almost painful to watch.

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jay nixon

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