Not Rated | | Comedy, Romance
To save his career, a writer for television advertising wants a famous actress to endorse a lipstick. In return, he has to pretend to be her new lover.
The book Marlowe reads in the bathtub is Grace Metalious's "Peyton Place", which eventually be adapted into a feature film and a TV series.
Don't leave me out, I have to be important in my own incorporated.
Tony Randall plays the 20th Century Fox fanfare when the logo appears, saying it was in his contract to do so. He then introduces the film, but forgets the title and tries to remember it. Finally, his three female co-stars appear to announce the film's correct title.
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