Your Company


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United Kingdom · 1967
1h 43m
Director Stanley Donen
Starring Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Raquel Welch, Eleanor Bron
Genre Comedy, Fantasy, Romance

Stanley is a cook and is infatuated with Margaret, the statuesque waitress who works with him at a Wimpy's restaurant. He meets the devil, incarnated as a man named George Spiggot, and sells his soul for 7 wishes, which Stanley uses to try and make Margaret his own.

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Time Out by

Good fun sometimes but a little too sketchy, with a plot that is almost as threadbare as the outfit worn by the voluptuous Raquel Welch in her cameo role as one of the Seven Deadly Sins.


The New York Times by Bosley Crowther

Maybe the brand of British banter and buffoonery that Peter Cook and Dudley Moore bombard us with in Stanley Donen's Bedazzled would be very funny if it came in small bursts at not too frequent intervals in an expansive musical comedy or revue. But fired at you exclusively and endlessly for more than an hour and a half in this pretentiously metaphorical becomes awfully precious and monotonous.


USA Today by Mike Clark

This is director Stanley Donen's spotty but superior original -- made before Dudley Moore's superstardom but after his and co-star/co-writer Peter Cook's Beyond the Fringe stage glory. [06 Apr 2007, p.8E]


Chicago Sun-Times by Roger Ebert

In films of this sort, too often the camera records the fun instead of joining in it. However, that is certainly not the case in this magnificently photographed, intelligent, very funny film.


Portland Oregonian by Ted Mahar

This genuinely irreverent film is one of the few to dabble in theological humor. It's wicked, but only up to PG-level heresy and impiety. [03 Apr 1998, p.38]

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