NOT WITH MY WIFE, YOU DON'T! director Norman Panama, 1966
A typical mindless comedy of the Norman Panama & Melvin Frank brand. Of course, Tony Curtis is great, as always, and Scott gives a surprisingly good comedy performance. What makes the titles interesting is how they symbolize the hodge-podge of mix-ups (or should that be mixes-up?) in the triangle of relations between Scott, Lisi and Curtis, by the clever use of color. The visual effects are surprisingly flat, uninspired - not anywhere near the quality of, for example, the contemporary Jefferson Airplane light show. However, the animated intro is very funny indeed.