This misfired musical remake of the classic 1939 Robert Donat-Greer Garson film features a fine star turn by O'Toole as Chips and less-than-successful performance by pop singer Clark as his bride. O'Toole, a shy and unassuming schoolmaster in England circa 1924, grows frustrated with a
student body with which he seems unable to communicate. While on holiday, he is taken to a music hall by a former student, and it is there he meets Clark, an uneducated singer. Later, while vacationing at Pompeii, O'Toole again meets Clark and the two fall in love and marry. The union is
surprisingly successful, with O'Toole educating Clark, while she brings him out of his shell. Whe...