thoroughly modern mille

Pure camp, and if you see it any other way you’ll hate it. But just imagine the chance to see those paragons of virtue and sweetness, Julie Andrews and Mary Tyler Moore in a musical about white slavery. Yes, it’s as ridiculous as it sounds, but the film never takes itself seriously. Be warned, the bad guys in this movie are “evil Chinese opium dealers” however, it does redeem itself in the end with Pat Morita (from Happy Days) as a good guy. Silly bubblegum flick with a few famous show tunes. [us, 1967]

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