The Wild Affair

The Wild Affair

Director: John Krish Cast: Diane Aubrey, Joan Benham, Joyce Blair

DVD (B&W / Full Frame)

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In this sexy comedy an affianced woman decides to sow one last wild oat before becoming a devoted wife. She therefore dresses up in a slinky black number and goes to her company Christmas party. The shapely lass impresses both her boss and a sales manager for the cosmetic company. The manager then sends her a new dress and she goes to his hotel room to have a little lunch. When he makes a pass, she flees and returns to the party and spikes the punch. When her fiance shows up, they all kick him out. Soon the drunken party-goers begin cozying up to one another. The girl realizes she has gone too far and sets off the company sprinkler system to sober them up. Things are suitably dampened and the partiers begin getting rather glum until they hear that one of the employee's wives has given birth. Later, the troublemaker makes nice with her fiance and they leave.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/27/2015
UPC: 0888574143756
Original Release: 1966
Rating: NR
Source: Warner Archives
Time: 1:28:00
Sales rank: 74,343

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Diane Aubrey Jill
Joan Benham Assistant
Joyce Blair Monica
Donald Churchill Andy
Patience Collier Woman in Travel Agency
Paul Curran Father
Frank Finlay Drunk
Bud Flanagan Sgt. Bletch
James Logan Craig
Bessie Love Marjorie's Mother
Betty Marsden Mavis Cook
Gladys Morgan Mrs. Tovey
Victor Spinetti Quentin
Fred Stone Head Waiter
David Sumner Ralph
Terry-Thomas Godfrey Deane
Frank Thornton Manager
Paul Whitsun-Jones Tiny Hearst
Sheila Bernette Tea Trolley Girl
Sidonie Bond Sue Blair
Penny Morrell Tart
Nancy Kwan Marjorie Lee
Dennis O'Keefe Actor

Technical Credits
John Krish Director,Screenwriter
John Box Production Designer
David Ffolkes Costumes/Costume Designer
Arthur Ibbetson Cinematographer
Russell Lloyd Editor
Terence Marsh Art Director
Richard Patterson Producer
Norman Savage Editor
Martin Slavin Score Composer,Musical Direction/Supervision

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