Swinging London gets bedeviled in Bedazzled (1967), the mod comedy of mammers staring Raquel Welch, Peter Cook, and Dudley Moore as a dud who sells his soul to Beelzebub to become a stud. Dud's a small-spuds short-order cook at Wimpy, and he spends his days wimpily wishing that waitress Eleanor Bron would wiggle her dish his way. It's hell not having El, so he finally decides to bid life farewell--but he's interrupted by sneaky Petey, playing the suave, sinister mayor of Hell. Pete offers seven wishes for Dud's inner riches, but, as with any Faustian setup, there's a catch: Old Scratch puts a twist on every wish and delivers disasters instead of scores and scores of gorgeous Eleanor. Dud's already gotten more than he'd bargained for when put-together-too-well Raquel shows up, wearing few duds more than on the day she was born, as Lillian Lust--the personification of the deadly sin itself. It's the role she was born to play! Bedazzled is a true classic, sophisticated and ridiculous all at once, and if you're only familiar with the 2000 remake (featuring Elizabeth Hurley as the devil), you're missing out.