About the film
love triangle jealousy husband wife relationship geisha mistaken identity tokyo, japan falling in love disguise kimono screen test
Release Date: March 09, 1962
|Slogan||:||«It's the WACKIEST HOAX That Ever Turned the Screen Hilarious!»|
|Production Companies||:||Sachiko, Paramount|
|Producers||:||Harry Caplan, Steve Parker|
|Writers||:||Norman Krasna, Norman Krasna|
Famed movie director Paul Robaix breaks with tradition by not casting his actress-comedienne wife, Lucy Dell, in his latest film production, a version of Madame Butterfly. Undaunted, the resourceful Lucy wings her way to Tokyo and, masquerading as a Japanese geisha, lands the coveted role from her unsuspecting husband! But in front of the cameras (and behind the pancake makeup), Lucy faces greater challenges: her lecherous leading man - and a husband who is beginning to realize that his talented new "discovery" seems vaguely familiar...