Friday, September 7, 2012
Posted by Clements Valorie at 7:24 AM
Baxter is secretly thrilled that Harvey is free to stuff her taco, but he wants none of it. As she tearfully drives him home from a family gathering of hers, he announces that, no matter what, he must have Capucine back. He makes the fateful decision to return to The Dollhouse and reclaim his sweetheart.
As is so often the case, foreign posters for the film feature far more dramatic and colorful artwork than that of the U.S. promotional material.
Hurry Sundown in 1966 and the third was The Chase in 1967.
Somewhere in Walk on the Wild Side is supposed to be Lee Marvin as “Slob,” though I have yet to see him. He was already an established actor by then, so maybe he took part as a fluke. A few years later, he would costar with Fonda in Cat Ballou (1965) and take home an Oscar.