Panic Button (1964) is kind of a grade-Z predecessor to The Producers. For reasons of his own, a sketchy businessman needs to produce a TV film pilot guaranteed to fail, so his son (Mike Connors of Mannix fame) hires an elderly Maurice Chevalier and Jayne Mansfield to play Romeo and Juliet. The plot ultimately backfires when the Venice Festival awards it a special comedy prize, and a network offers a lucrative 39-week contract for more of the same.
The balcony scene occurs around the 1:21 mark.
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“This means Azzam, one of the largest superyachts ever built and rumored to have cost around $605 million, might set its owner back over $60 million in maintenance and operating costs each year.”
To cite the esteemed scholar and philosopher, Jeff Spicoli:
Temporarily halting 100% of Bulgaria’s economy and forcing their government to dig deep into its strategic olive oil reserve.
“Now she’s in a sheer outfit with her tits out … which is a good look for everyone.”