Romantic comedies of the 1960s might be problematic because of their gender politics, but Georgy Girl has a lot more going for it than Doris Day films for example. Georgy is down-to-earth and naive, and in the process of acquainting herself with men she finds out what love truly means to her. The quirkiness becomes annoying after a while, but still an interesting un-romantic take on the genre.
I just watched this after not seeing since it first came out. It's much harsher and darker than I remember. Terrific performances from all involved. Most definetely of it's time , but as such it's pretty terrific.