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Charlie Chaplin's final film is a delightful romantic comedy, filled with clever touches for which he's famous. Written, directed and composed by Chaplin, it revolves around Russian emigre countess Natascha (Sophia Loren), forced into prostitution in Hong Kong, who stows away in wealthy American Ogden's (Marlon Brando's) stateroom to blackmail her way to the States. Since Ogden has a mind of his own, and can even resist Natascha's charms, what follows is one of the funniest tugs of war ever devised! A wealth of talent supports the stars. There's Chaplin's Son, Sydney, as Brando's cruise companion, Tippi Hedren as his icy wife, Patrick Cargill as the ultimate gentleman's gentleman, and Margaret Rutherford as a dotty old dame. Chaplin himself tops it off with a cameo as the ship's steward! The gags are pure Charlie and his actors make the most of them, sailing in and out of slamming doors - and outrageous situations - with ease.
Sophia Loren and Marlon Brando in a fun sexy romp on the high seas. Marlon seemed to be playing 2 roles, one was the staunch rich diplomat which he did very well and the mushy... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Russell S
Chaplin's last film was much maligned when released in 1967 as being old fashioned and poorly produced, but time has revealed this film to be nowhere near a disaster. Read morePublished 1 month ago by dcs
Light hearted fun and comedy abound in this tale of Natascha, a White Russian "Countess" played by the beautiful Sophia Loren, who stows away in the cabin of a very, very... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Chris B
L liked this! A lot of slamming doors but real cute and the stars are superPublished 6 months ago by Peg D.
Actually a pretty mediocre theme with a very thin plot and not very credible storyline. A young MB running around in a panic and belching at the start of the movie is about it,... Read morePublished 8 months ago by SRD