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Allan Felix has this thing about Humphrey Bogart. If only he had some of Bogart’s technique… Bookish and insecure with women, Allan’s hero, Bogey comes to the rescue, with a fantastic bevy of beauties played out in hilarious fantasy sequences. Fixed up by friends with gorgeous women, he’s so awkward that even Bogey’s patience is tried. Allan mostly resembles a disheveled, friendly dog and this is what ultimately charms his best friend’s wife, Linda into bed. It’s a tough life, making it in the world of beautiful people but if you can’t be a hero it helps to have one…     (from samuelfrench.com)

Hilarious… a cheerful romp. Not only are Mr. Allen’s jokes and their follow ups, asides and twists audaciously brilliant, but he has a great sense of character.
_____– The New York Times

A funny, likeable comedy that has a surprising amount of wistful appeal.
_____– The New York Post

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