Forty-eight year old Dalton Harvey is one of the world's richest men. His business is gambling. He owns more casinos than anyone else in the world. His only problem-to get revenge on young, handsome gambler Larry Elliot, a former lover of his now deceased wife. Harvey hires agents throughout the world to study Elliot and his habits, likes and dislikes. Everything from sex to preference in classical music is logged by computer.
Harvey also hires five beautiful women, all from different countries throughout the world-and all former lovers of Elliot. He has Elliot's romantic interests computed and then sends out his men on a search for the perfect girl to lure Elliot into a trap. This perfect girl must combine all of his female wants and then some.
The girl-"Maria"-musical star of the notorious "RED CABARET". A place where all of Europe's jaded society people go for a good time - for fun, music and girls. In the midst of this, beautiful Maria sings her songs and waits for romance.
Maria accepts Harvey's offer to lure Elliot at a price of $50,000. What will happen to Elliot when Harvey has him, nobody but Harvey knows. Only the elusive multi-millionaire didn't figure that Maria would fall in love-with Larry Elliot and himself. Who she winds up with and how a mad chase across Europe leads to its eventual conclusion can only be answered when you come to the "RED CABARET".
MARISOL and MEL FERRER
Girl from the Red Cabaret
also starring Renaud Verley
Music & Lyrics by Tony Hatch & Jackie Trent
Produced by Joseph Frade
Directed by Eugene Martin
in TECHNICOLOR & TECHNISCOPE
INDEPENDENT-INTERNATIONAL PICTURES CORPORATION
running time 98 Minutes