Reminiscent of HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING, this nonstop British comedy, subtitled "How to Win Without Cheating," is a delicious satire of self-improvement strategies. Henry Palfrey (Ian Carmichael) is one of life's real losers. He'd like to win the heart of April
Smith (Janette Scott), but she's already spoken for by boorishly successful Raymond Delauney (Terry-Thomas). Determined to change his fortunes, Henry enrolls in the College of Lifesmanship, run by Stephen Potter (Alastair Sim). After immersing himself in such courses as "woomanship,"
"partymanship," and "oneupmanship," Henry returns to London to get the best of those who have taken ad...