New York Times - 06/08/1979
The sensational Mae West stars in this somewhat lurid vanity musical based on her own play. Six former husbands hover around a rich heiress on her honeymoon. This was Mae West's last film, made when she was in her eighties.
In her final film, 87-year-old Mae West portrays Marlo Manners, a movie star who has just married her sixth husband, a very young aristocrat. All Marlo wants to do is consummate the marriage. But her attempts are frequently thwarted, thanks to interruptions from her ex-husbands, the media, her fans, a gymnastic team, a group of diplomats, and even a few secret agents. And if that weren't enough, Marlo has another problem: an audio tape she's made of her steamy memoirs has mysteriously disappeared...
Mae West's final screen performance.
Color by Metrocolor.
Additional credits: Gene Marum (production manager/assistant director) and Michael Arciaga (music coordinator).