PG | | Comedy, Romance
Wrongfully accused of a bank robbery, a writer seeks the help of his ex-wife, who is now married to the soon-to-be D.A. of California.
The comedy and the relationship of the three principal characters recalls such farce comedies as My Favorite Wife (1940), which starred Cary Grant, Irene Dunne, and Randolph Scott; The Awful Truth (1937), with Grant, Dunne and Ralph Bellamy; His Girl Friday (1940), with Grant, Bellamy and Rosalind Russell; and The Philadelphia Story (1940), with Katharine Hepburn, James Stewart, and again with Grant. "Farce", says writer Neil Simon, "is like ... ...
How'd we do boss?
Glenda Gardenia Parks: We won in overtime. And don't call me boss, didn't you see Roots? Chester, where'd you get that hat?
Chester: From a chauffeur.
Glenda Gardenia Parks: You stole it.
Chester: No, I found it.
Glenda Gardenia Parks: Where?
Chester: On a chauffeur.
Glenda Gardenia Parks: Chester, the only reason I made you a chauffeur is to keep ...
In the kitchen scene when Glenda finds Nick in the middle of the night, the oven door opens and shuts between shots.
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