Sex and the Single Girl
Sex and the Single Girl (1964)

Helen Gurley Brown's self-help best-seller was the nominal source for this Hollywood sex romp, directed by Richard Quine, co-scripted by Joseph Heller and David R. Schwartz, and starring Tony Curtis and Natalie Wood. Tony Curtis plays… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: December 25, 1964
DVD Release Date: February 3, 2009
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Critic Score: 60% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Variety Staff

As usual in this type of farce, male and female leads have fewer comic lines than supporting players. But Curtis registers exceptionally well when detailing supposed marital problems to adviser.

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TV Guide

In a small role as a production man, note Wayne, who appears as Benjamin Franklin in a superb one-man show around the world. Storch also turns in a neat cameo as a motorcycle cop.

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Tom Milne
Time Out

Graceless stuff, criminally wasting Bacall and Fonda as a couple with marital problems (they're in love, but constantly quarrelling), and with Quine's moderate flair for comedy nowhere in evidence.

Steve Crum

1964 sexual revolution fodder, with some slapstick for redemption.

A.H. Weiler
New York Times

Spain never looked lovelier, but the banal romances of the lightweight principals in this retooled vehicle make the trip wholly unnecessary.

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Jennifer D
"I feel just like Jack Lemmon did in that movie where he dressed up like a girl." HAH!! Perhaps it's because Tony Curtis references one of my… More
jay nixon
silly and very 60's but fun if you're in the mood