I watched a couple of old Tony Curtis films. They really don't stand the test of time but remain enjoyable. The great pretender in its day was likely hysterical. Sadly, as identity theft is far more odious this film doesn't translate well. It is a wholesome reminder of another era with loveable scoundrels and rouges. I think that type of film is passe.
Onto 40 lbs of trouble.
This film has been made before and since. It is familiar yet looking at the inner workings of a big hotel and early Disneyland are well worth it. It is good to see Larry Storch, Phil Silvers and other small screen stars in an earlier time. Not really special just strangely fun.
Maybe they did make them better in the 60's.