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The Millionairess Review


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The richest woman in England (Sophia Loren -- an Italian, but no matter) woos an Indian doctor (Peter Sellers -- an Englishman, but no matter) who's a helper to the poor and has forsaken material wealth. The tepid setup continues as they semi-wager one another that she can't live a life of poverty for three months while he can't build a fortune out of a small nest egg. Somehow this a) leads to love and b) is meant to be a comedy.

Trial And Error (1962) Review


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Oddly atypical of Sellers' work, Trial and Error presents Sellers as a hapless attorney assigned to defend Attenborough, who in a fit of rage, has killed his buffoon of a wife. Sounds good so far, but Sellers strays far and wide from his patented farce-master schtick, and while he should be commended for extending his range, the experiment on the whole is not successful. Attenborough is altogether forgettable, but the film's avant-garde use of flashbacks is worth a peek.

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