United Artists/Granley/Arwin/Nob Hill (Stanley Shapiro
& Martin Melcher)
W: Stanley Shapiro & Nate
DP: Russell Metty
Ed: Ted J. Kent
Mus: George Duning
Cary Grant (Philip Shayne), Doris Day (Cathy Timberlake),
Gig Young (Roger), Audrey Meadows (Connie), Dick Sargent (Harry Clark), John Astin (Beasley)
Cary Grant does his usual act as a bachelor tycoon who
vies for the attentions of a virginal secretary (played by Doris Day).
A wink-wink, nudge-nudge sex comedy from the early 1960's
which caused a bit of a stir at the time of it's release for being a little too naughty with it's dialogue. Looking back, it's hard to see what the fuss was about, but it's still a charming
little vehicle for it's cast with some fun dialogue and good comic timing.
It will have charm for those who need a little throwback
to the 1960's, but more modern audiences might wish to give it a skip.