Goody-goody girl journalist Kelly Olsson (Ann-Margret Olsson) poses as a "swinger" to impress the horny stud editor of "Girl-lure" men's magazine (Tony Franciosa) to get him to publish her steaming sex story instead of her posing as his next nude centerfold. She spends the rest of the movie convincing the Girl-lure staff she is the girl in the story she has written about.
She swings like nothing ever swung!
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Did You Know?
Although production wrapped in late 1965, a campy pop art prologue/epilogue (comic book-style words like "POW!," "WHAM!", etc. superimposed over Ann-Margret
as she swung across screen on a swing, echoing Bye Bye Birdie
(1963)'s filmic bookends) was subsequently filmed to cash in on the success of TV's Batman
(1966), which debuted in early 1966. See more
Sir Hubert Charles
Sir Hubert doesn't like a challenge! Sir Hubert likes a sure thing!
References My Fair Lady
Lyrics by Dory Previn
Music by André Previn
Arranged by John Williams
(as Johnny Williams)
Performed by Ann-Margret See more