How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying stars Robert Morse, Michele Lee, and Rudy Vallee in this 1967 musical comedy. The film is about Finch(Morse), who dreams of making it to the top and when he finds a book that tells you how to succeed in business. Using the book as his guide, Finch goes from nothing to office boy very shortly, and then after making it as an office boy, his career jumps up to the next level. Finch basically does nothing at all, but he continually gets a better and better job. He lies and cheats his way to top, and even gets others fired, so he can have their job. Robert Morse reminded so much of Jerry Lewis and the way he acted was so Jerry. I thought Michele Lee did very well for her first feature film. Rudy Vallee was fun to watch and he was quite hilarious. I imagine that the Broadway show is just like the movie, it just seemed to have the vibe of a Broadway show.
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