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The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom (1968)

The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom (1968)

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In this film, Harriet Blossom is the wife of a moderately successful British brassiere manufacturer. When Harriet's sewing machine breaks down, her husband sends one of his own employees to fix it. Harriet takes such a fancy to the employee that she hides him in her attic.
Rating:
PG
Genre:
Classics , Comedy
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Studio:
Paramount Pictures

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Cast

Shirley MacLaine
as Harriet Blossom
Richard Attenborough
as Robert Blossom
James Booth
as Ambrose Tuttle
Freddie Jones
as Det. Sgt. Dylan
William Rushton
as Dylan's Assistant
Bob Monkhouse
as Dr. Taylor
Patricia Routledge
as Miss Reece
Barry Humphries
as Art Dealer
Michael Segal
as Robert's counsel
Harry Towb
as Doctor
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½

A relic of its time this poorly conceived so called comedy coupled with Sweet Charity and several other losers killed off Shirley's film career the first time around. Within two years she was finished on screen and was out of pictures for almost a decade until her comeback in The Turning Point. This is one of the unfortunate crop of late 60's movies that tried to cash in on the so called youth wave with the overuse of psychedelic colors and disjointed scenes rather than a cohesive script. The desired effect whatever that was is not achieved, all that is accomplished is to bore the audience and leave them with eye strain from the overdone color scheme. Skip it!

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