Due to the untimely death last week of…

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Don’t Make Waves (1967) “…the film is often surprisingly funny and full of incidental pleasures. For one thing, Curtis is perfectly cast as the shyster pool salesman; his Carlo Cofield could be a distant cousin of Sweet Smell of Success‘s Sidney Falco, albeit a more benign and ineffective version. Philip Lathrop’s bright, sun-kissed cinematography perfectly captures the Malibu vibe and Ms. Tate, in one of her final films (despite a screen credit that reads “Introducing Sharon Tate”), is both enigmatic and vacuous as Carlo’s sexual fantasy; her trampoline scene is a voyeuristic high point.TCM.

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