After adapting his stage play into a script for There’s a Girl in My Soup (1970), Terence Frisby won the Writers’ Guild of Great Britain Award for Best Screenplay. Indeed, the acclaimed pic proved to be a box office hit in England and a spank bank success in the States. The risqué rom-com centers around Robert Danvers (Peter Sellers), the womanizing star of a televised cooking show. We get to view the dallying dude in action when he seduces Julia (Gabrielle Drake) in her see-through brassiere. The swinging stud also flirts with Clare (Nicola Pagett), Gilly Hunter (Ruth Trouncer), Lady Heather (Judy Campbell), Paola (Françoise Pascal) and Caroline (Geraldine Sherman). The latter lady gets more than she bargained for when she is doused with water in the sack. But luckily for us, the drenched brunette reveals her rack and rump when walking away. Refusing to give his all to chicks after a ball, Robert finally meets his match in Marion (Goldie Hawn), a nubile nineteen-year-old sexpot known to prefer finance over romance. After watching the blonde strut her stuff in the buff, we’d give her anything she wants! So, it’s no surprise the movie’s curve-chasing cad comes to care for the man-eating Marion. Yet in doing so he runs the risk of being her next entrée. But with souper delish dish Goldie at the helm, who cares? No matter what side of the pond flesh fans live on, chances are they’ll be satisfied with There’s a Girl in My Soup. Bones appetit!