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There's A Girl In My Soup (Widescreen) (Sous-titres français)

Peter Sellers , Goldie Hawn , Roy Boulting    R (Restricted)   DVD
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The best that can be said for There's a Girl in My Soup is that it is not quite as bad as its reputation. A belly flop in the careers of Peter Sellers and Goldie Hawn (she was fresh off her Oscar® for Cactus Flower), this Boulting brothers production did nothing to showcase the sparkling comic talents of those two performers. Sellers has some nice moments early as a famous TV-host twit, whose career as a serial seducer is halted after meeting hippie chick Goldie. It's one double-entendre after another: "You only want one thing," says one of Sellers's conquests. "Yes, but what a lovely thing," he sighs. Seen now, the movie is most fun for its goofy look at the gestalt of swinging London: Sellers' automated bachelor pad was surely an inspiration to the Austin Powers folks, and his checkered beige suit must be seen to be believed. --Robert Horton

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great movie March 18 2004
There is something about all those late sixties and early seventies movies that makes them enjoyable, could be the music,
the looks , fashion. This is a great movie, very simple but
entertaining. Goldie Hawn is a very charming girl and Seller's
acting role is great, what can I say about him?.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Goldie Hawn March 4 2012
I had seen this movie when I was a kid. The pairing of Goldie Hawn and Peter Sellers was great. I am very greatful to have it on dvd to watch anytime I desire.
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4.0 out of 5 stars If you can bear the soundtrack, it's a GEM! July 13 2004
By A Customer
Terrible music that will unfortunately stick in your head for days, but Goldie and Peter are so witty, touching and hilarious in this movie, it's worth it. I especially enjoyed the scene where Peter's character helps Goldie's character move out of her boyfriend's flat...classic. Some great moments. (It might even make you cry - and not just because of the music!) Kind of an odd movie and probably an acquired taste, but I love to pull this one out every few years and watch it again.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Sham Pooh Feb. 13 2012
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At the peak of her ditzy blonde schtick,
young Goldie plays a hippy who hooks up
with a womanizing celebrity, gourmet
Peter Sellers, on a sham honeymoon
in picturesque France.

Goldie's sermon of the mouth about empty lives pursuing sex,
better done with Warren Beatty and Julie Christie in SHAMPOO,
and a potentially hilarious comedy of her fish out of Seller's
connoisseur water, are all but lost amid vapid sight and punny sex jokes.

The scenery is worth the viewing, and Ms. Hawn is worth the scenery.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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I've waited more than 4 years for this movie to come out on DVD, which is surprising since practically everything Peter Sellers has ever done, has been out on DVD for some time now. This movie sort of fell through the cracks, like so many movies from the 1970's have, for some reason.
Peter Sellers plays the role of a womanizing "galloping gourmet" type television celebrity (Robert Danvers) in 1970's London. This was a time when the Kings Road in London was an exciting hippie hangout, and not the commercial high street that it has become today. Goldie Hawn (Marion) plays the role of a very young and sexy hippie, whom Peter Sellers pick's up while parking his Rolls Royce on the Kings Road.
Goldie has been rejected by her current drummer boyfriend at a party, because he wants to pass her along "like a tray of cakes" to his other mates. Feeling sad, rejected, and used she stands outside on the Kings Road pondering her dilemma. Just as Peter Sellers parks his car, he notices her. Being the consummate playboy, he decides that pursuing Goldie would be far more enjoyable than any stuffy house party. In his charming way he starts up a conversation with Goldie, in the hope of eventually seducing her. Goldie on the other hand is annoyed and sarcastically amused with Seller's slow round about way of picking her up. Obviously Goldie's boyfriend and his mates, don't bother with seduction in an age of "free love". In an act of revenge, Goldie decides to get back at her boyfriend and his mates by running off with Sellers.
What was suppose to be a one night stand, ends up becoming an affair that stretches over several days.
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