Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Horse-faced farceur Fernandel is definitely not the title character in the Franco-Spanish spoof Don Juan. Like Bob Hope in Casanova's Big Night, our hero is merely the servant of the the legendary Latin lover. To save Don Juan from political intrigue, Fernandel disguises himself as his boss, with results that are both hilariously predictable and uproariously unexpected. The sexiest of this ersatz Don Juan's amours is played by Carmen Sevila. Don Juan was directed by John Berry, a Hollywood helmsman who was forced by the Blacklist to work in Europe.
lover, chase, gigolo, impersonation, seduction