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Don't Make Waves

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Overview

British director Alexander MacKendrick helmed this farcical romantic comedy set in Southern California. Carlo Cofield Tony Curtis is a footloose tourist who meets Laura Califatti Claudia Cardinale when she accidentally edges his car off the highway. Laura invites Carlo to her home; he seems interested in her, but discovers she's already involved with swimming pool magnate Rod Prescott Robert Webber. The next day, Carlo hits the beach and nearly drowns in the ocean, until he's rescued by comely sky diver Malibu ...
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Overview

British director Alexander MacKendrick helmed this farcical romantic comedy set in Southern California. Carlo Cofield Tony Curtis is a footloose tourist who meets Laura Califatti Claudia Cardinale when she accidentally edges his car off the highway. Laura invites Carlo to her home; he seems interested in her, but discovers she's already involved with swimming pool magnate Rod Prescott Robert Webber. The next day, Carlo hits the beach and nearly drowns in the ocean, until he's rescued by comely sky diver Malibu Sharon Tate. Carlo blackmails Rod into giving him a job so he can stay in California and pursue a romance with Malibu, but he soon finds himself torn between her and Laura. Don't Make Waves also features a theme song by The Byrds.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/16/2011
  • UPC: 883316329658
  • Original Release: 1967
  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Presentation: Remastered
  • Time: 1:37:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 19,986

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tony Curtis Carlo Cofield
Claudia Cardinale Laura Califatti
Robert Webber Rod Prescott
Joanna Barnes Diane Prescott
Sharon Tate Malibu
David Draper Harry Hollard
Mort Sahl Sam Lingonberry
Edgar Bergen Madame Lavinia
Ann Elder Millie Gunder
Chester Yorton Ted Gunder
Mark London Fred Barker
Douglas Henderson Henderson
Sarah Selby Ethyl
Mary Grace Canfield Seamstress
Dub Taylor Electrician
Reg Lewis Monster
Julie Payne Helen
George Tyne Newspapermen
David Fresco Newspapermen
Gilbert Green Newsman
Paul Barselow Pilot
Jim Backus Himself (uncredited)
Technical Credits
Alexander MacKendrick Director
John Calley Producer
Edward C. Carfagno Art Director
George W. Davis Art Director
Donfeld Costumes/Costume Designer
Henry W. Grace Set Decoration/Design
George Kirgo Screenwriter
Philip H. Lathrop Cinematographer
Vic Mizzy Score Composer
Martin Ransohoff Producer
Maurice Richlin Screenwriter
Rita Roland Editor
Thomas G. Stanford Editor
Erich Von Stroheim Jr. Asst. Director
Charles Thompson Set Decoration/Design
William J. Tuttle Makeup
Ira Wallach Screenwriter
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  • Posted October 24, 2014

    a classic that must be watched starring the legendary Tony Curti

    a classic that must be watched starring the legendary Tony Curtis and the stunning Sharon Tate. Its fun for the whole family.

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