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Woman Times Seven(1967)

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    • James Dana Adams Jr
    • 8/16/13

    Had the good fortune to get the autographs of Shirley MacLeane, Michael Caine and Anita Ekberg during a coffee break during the filming of the Seventh Woman in "Snow". This film is a showcase for Shirley MacLeane's vast acting talents and for capturing the loveliness of Paris in Fall 1966 and Winter 1967. Woman 1, dressed in black at her husband's funeral walks in the opposite direction from a funeral procession with a suitor played by Peter Sellers. Woman 2 discovered her unfaithful husband in bed with another woman and is encouraged by ladies of the night to be a prostitute for a night to punish the husband-- she is appauled by a potential client who is driving nake; woman 3, a plain Jane, decides to imitate the exotic female characters in her husband novels hoping to spark some interest in her husband and ends up being committed; woman 4 is an icy interpreter with an international agency who loves her steward husband from afar and arouses two potential suitors by reading poetry in the nude; woman 5 is rich and pampered beyond measure and goes so far as blowing up another woman's car because that other woman will be wearing the same dress to the opera; woman 6 is involved in a suicide pack and chickens out before the suicide can take place and final woman 7 falls in love with the detective her insecure husband has sent to follow her to uncover any infidelities. A smorgasbord of emotions and desires and a great venue for an actor to let her hair down. Funny, outrageous, and sweet. And Paris as I remember it.

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