Cassady's review is dead-on: this does feel like 2 separate movies. Lord and Lady Lytton are quite despicable characters: selfish, snobbish, deceitful, and quite willing to endanger or harm others for their own amusement. However, Clouseau and Dreyfus have some of their most inspired bits: a highlight is Clouseau's attempted masquerade as a phone repairman. Younger children may be disturbed by Dreyfus's repeated shooting mishaps, and to see Captain von Trapp as a surprisingly violent con artist, (in shockingly ugly 70s outfits). And it might be worth mentioning that the cavalier treatment of mental illness would not pass muster today.