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Edward G. Robinson,
During World War I, a British aristocrat, an American entrepreneur, and the latter's attractive young daughter, set out to destroy a German battlecruiser, which is awaiting repairs in an inlet just off Zanzibar.
The most amazing thing about this film is that SOMEONE thought it was a good idea for a film!
"Guess Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed?" starts off very badly and I nearly turned it off. An irresponsible ex-husband (Dean Jones) arrives back with their son many weeks early. They are supposed to be on some long vacation and are unexpectedly back and he has an announcement...he's just remarried, his wife just had a baby, she broke her leg and they have no place to live. And, could they PLEASE stay with the ex (Barbara Eden). Oh, and they forgot to mention, they have a Great Dane!! Talk about a ridiculous setup for a film and none of it makes a lot of sense...especially since it's hard to imagine any ex-wife allowing an irresponsible jerk like this back into her life!
Does it get any better or more realistic? Not really. Through the rest of the film it becomes apparent that the ex-husband is one of the laziest and most worthless men on the planet. And, pretty soon even the new wife starts to realize this. It all plays a bit like a Disney movie...one of the really bad ones from the 1970s. Overall, I have a hard time imagining anyone thinking this would make a good or even semi-good installment of "The ABC Movie of the Week".
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