Artists and Models, April 16|Paramount Pictures/Photofest|
Proper British professor Terry-Thomas is plagued by amorous SoCal co-eds in Tashlin's ultra-widescreen comedy.
The best-ever Martin and Lewis movie is a toon-tinted satire of art, commerce, and comic books.
Jerry Lewis is a TV repairman and would-be detective without a clue.
Tony Randall in a brilliantly composed ode to and exposé of Madison Avenue, laden with Brechtian gags and pop-modern design.
Bob Hope and Trigger make strange bedfellows in this thoroughly Tashlin Western, “a cavalcade of sharp, imaginative gags.”-Time Out N.Y.
Jayne Mansfield's cartoon measurements are in perfect proportion with Tashlin's hyperbolic CinemaScope satire of sex, money, and rock 'n' roll.