A yellow-journalistic Gentleman's Agreement: undercover reporter commits himself to a mental ward to uncover a murderer, and comes to fit in, there, all too well. The mixed-nuts roster of inmates allows Samuel Fuller to voice his minimal responses to a wide range of large topics (racism, sex, obesity). Good unclean fun, but not quite as soiling as the companion film by Fuller immediately afterward (again starring Constance Towers, again photographed by Stanley Cortez), The Naked Kiss. With Peter Breck, Gene Evans, James Best. (1963) — Duncan Shepherd
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