The Honey Pot, also known as The Honeypot , is a 1967 crime comedy film made by Famous Artists Productions and distributed by United Artists. It was written for the screen and directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz and produced by Charles K. Feldman. The screenplay was based on the plays Volpone by Ben Jonson and Mr. Fox of Venice by Frederick Knott and the novel The Evil of the Day by Thomas Sterling. The music score was by John Addison and the cinematography by Gianni di Venanzo.
Anne Bancroft was originally scheduled to play the role which eventually went to Edie Adams.
The action takes place in Venice.
Cecil Fox (Rex Harrison) summons his three former mistresses to his Venetian palazzo for a final visit to his deathbed. Princess Dominique (Capucine), fading movie star Merle McGill (Edie Adams), and Texas millionairess Mrs. Sheridan (Susan Hayward) all travel to pay their respects to the supposedly dying Fox. William McFly (Cliff Robertson) is the personal secretary and gigolo employed by Fox to lure the women to his estate. When Mrs. Sheridan is found murdered, Inspector Rizzi (Adolfo Celi) investigates her mysterious death in this feature highlighted by several twists and turns.
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