Dean Martin's first film without his former partner, Jerry Lewis, TEN THOUSAND BEDROOMS failed to live up to the promise of the title. Martin starred as an easygoing hotel magnate (hence the title) who takes off for Rome to check out a new acquisition. Meanwhile, he gets involved with the
four daughters of Slezak, particularly Bartok, the eldest. Those who thought they'd never miss Lewis were by now begging for him to come back. This brainless entertainment includes the tunes "Ten Thousand Bedrooms," "Money Is a Problem," "You I Love," "Only Trust Your Heart" (Nicholas Brodszky,
Sammy Cahn), "The Man Who Plays the Mandolin" (George Fancuilli), "Nisa" (Marilyn Keith...