I've never, EVER been able to understand why this film was so well received and has any sort of retrospective credibility. It's a clumsy, lame comedy about a married man cheating on his wife with a woman who seems to detest him. I'm also amazed that a 'comedy' about marriage infidelity would have been so accepted in America, then or now. This was the tagline:- Not since Gable battled with Colbert and Hepburn battled with Grant has comedy been such fun. Watch Segal take on Jackson. On top of all that, Glenda won The Oscar? Who else was nominated?
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