THERE'S A GIRL IN MY SOUP
Two unique comic talents, Academy Award® nominee Peter Sellers (Best Actor in a Leading Role Being There, 1979 and Dr. Strangelove: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, 1964) and Academy Award® winner Goldie Hawn (Best Actress in a Supporting Role Cactus Flower, 1969), join forces in a saucy romance about an amorous gourmet whose goose is cooked when he falls for a giddy young temptress. Robert Danvers (Peter Sellers), a TV cooking expert who moonlights as a self-styled Casanova, runs into cheerfully amoral Marion (Goldie Hawn), who's been ejected by her boyfriend from their flat. After Robert installs Marion in his London love nest, he pursues her with complete incompetence and gets more than he bargained for. This not-so-dumb blonde outrages his palate and shatters his macho veneer. When Marion's boyfriend begs her to come back, Robert has a choice 'sharing Marion or losing her. Sellers humor added to Hawn's zaniness makes one delicious comedy.
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