The Honey Pot  

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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.

The film stars Rex Harrison, Susan Hayward, Cliff Robertson, Capucine, Edie Adams, Maggie Smith with Adolfo Celi.



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