Pretty Tiffin scores with a convincing display of mental density

Pamela Tiffin

VARIETY Review: ‘One, Two, Three’, December 31, 1960

James Cagney is the chief exec of Coca-Cola’s West Berlin plant whose ambitious promotion plans are jeopardized when he becomes temporary guardian of his stateside superior’s wild and vacuous daughter. The girl (Pamela Tiffin) slips across the border, weds violently anti-Yankee Horst Buchholz, and before long there’s a bouncing baby Bolshevik on the way… Pretty Tiffin scores with a convincing display of mental density.

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