Some Girls Do
|Some Girls Do|
UK cinema quad poster
|Directed by||Ralph Thomas|
|Produced by||Betty E. Box|
|Music by||Charles Blackwell|
|Studio||Ashdown Film Productions|
|Distributed by||The Rank Organisation (UK)
United Artists (US)
|Running time||88 min.|
Some Girls Do is a 1969 British comedy spy film directed by Ralph Thomas. It was the second of the revamped Bulldog Drummond films (following 1967's Deadlier Than the Male) starring Richard Johnson as Drummond, made following the success of the James Bond films of the 1960s.
Drummond is hired after a series of inexplicable accidents befall the people and companies who are responsible for developing the world's first supersonic airliner, the SST1. Drummond, with the help of another agent, uncovers a plot by a mastermind named Carl Petersen, who stands to gain eight million pounds if the aircraft is not ready by a certain date. Petersen has developed a number of robots: beautiful girls with electronic brains to help him sabotage the SST1 project by means of infrasound (sound waves with too low frequency to be detected by the human ear) which can be directed at people or objects with devastating results.
Joanna Lumley, who appears uncredited as one of Petersen's female robots in this film, was also working on the set of On Her Majesty's Secret Service at the same time, as both films were produced at Pinewood Studios.
- Richard Johnson as Hugh "Bulldog" Drummond
- Daliah Lavi as Baroness Helga
- James Villiers as Carl Petersen
- Beba Loncar as Pandora
- Maurice Denham as Dudley Mortimer
- Robert Morley as Miss Mary
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