There's a Girl in My Soup

There's a Girl in My Soup

Roy Boulting (1970)

15 Certificate


Our Score
Adapted by Terence Frisby and Peter Kortner from Frisby's stage play, this is a very tame version of a sex comedy that ran and ran on both sides of the Atlantic. Nearing the end of an illustrious career, Roy Boulting directs without much enthusiasm, allowing Peter Sellers to cruise through his role as the womanising TV celebrity who's knocked off his stride by a chance encounter with dippy waif Goldie Hawn. Despite his meagre helping of wisecracks, the miscast Sellers still teams surprisingly well with Hawn, who also has some funny scenes with ditched boyfriend Nicky Henson, but overall this is a missed opportunity.


A womanising TV star meets his match in a seemingly innocent waif. Comedy, starring Peter Sellers and Goldie Hawn.

Cast & Crew

Robert Danvers Peter Sellers
Marion Goldie Hawn
Andrew Tony Britton
Jimmy Nicky Henson
Bryan Tom Marshall
Gilly Ruth Trouncer
Clare Nicola Pagett
Wife Diana Dors
Caroline Geraldine Sherman
Director Roy Boulting
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Other Information

Language: EnglishColourGuidance: Contains some swearing. Available on: video and DVD