Honeymoon Hotel

  • 1964
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy

One of the American sex farces of the 1960s patterned after a continuing stream of such light trifles from France, this film featured two relative cinema unknowns, Goulet and Morse, who had made significant splashes on the Broadway stage. While Morse had appeared in a few features at this juncture, singer Goulet's only cinematic credential was a voice-over...read more

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One of the American sex farces of the 1960s patterned after a continuing stream of such light trifles from France, this film featured two relative cinema unknowns, Goulet and Morse, who had made significant splashes on the Broadway stage. While Morse had appeared in a few features at this

juncture, singer Goulet's only cinematic credential was a voice-over in a cartoon feature, GAY PURR--EE (1962). The silly plot has Morse, jilted at the altar by Helm, electing to cash in on his tropical-island honeymoon arrangements anyway, substituting his erstwhile best man, Goulet, for his

would-be bride in the hotel's honeymoon suite. Goulet quickly becomes involved with Kwan, the resort's social director. Having the time of his life, Goulet exerts every effort to prevent a telephone reconciliation between Morse and the repentant Helm, a call which would surely cut short his stay

on the island. The plot thickens when Wynn, Goulet's boss, arrives in the company of empty-headed floozy St. John, to be shortly joined by his pursuing wife, Allman, followed by the second-thinking Helm. Songs, sung by Goulet, include "I've Been Had," "Honeymoon Hotel," "Love Is Oh So Easy,"

"You're It,"(Sammy Kahn, James Van Heusen).

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