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The basic mistaken identity plot device fails to provide laughs and it is so much the base of the film's story that it's failure prevents the whole from going anywhere. There is a saving grace, and that is the presence of the then 25 year old Natalie Wood, playing the sexologist Helen Gurley Brown. She had, at that age, a natural girl next door beauty that has rarely if ever been rivaled in film history.
Seeing this film and Wood again recently for the first time in decades was a revelation.
See more » What could have been a sharp satire on 60's sexual attitudes runs basically lame throughout, the script simply comes up short.See full summary » Shot by a jealous husband, Charley falls out a porthole and is lost at sea only to find himself returned as an attractive blond woman.See full summary » In order to get back into the good graces with his wife with whom he has had a misunderstanding, a young chemistry professor concocts a wild story that he is an undercover FBI agent. See full summary » Using Helen Gurley Brown's book as a jump off point, we follow the adventures of a supermarket tabloid editor as he tries to parlay an interview with the author of the book into headlines and sales. In the scene where Bob is throwing darts at a photo of Helen, the camera eventually zooms in on the picture to show not only her face, but also to give a sly bit of foreshadowing.Jennifer Scanlon, author of Bad Girls Go Everywhere: The Life of Helen Gurley Brown, argues that through Sex and the Single Girl Brown became "not only one of the founders of second wave feminism but stands as a key antecedent for the third." Scanlon also argues that with Sex and the Single Girl, Brown would "cross the line between the fictional and the real", exploring the real single women that had been previously presented in fictional form in such novels as Peyton Place (1956) and The Best of Everything (1958).Julie Berebitsky explores the impact of Sex and the Single Girl on the pink-collar worker of the 1960s and Brown's blurring of the professional and the personal in a business environment, as she "directed women to seek professional advancement..use gender, and to varying degrees, sexuality for their own gain." that cautions against demonstrations of female sexuality in the workforce.