Approved | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
A series of misunderstandings leaves an advertising executive with a campaign for a product which has not yet been invented, while he romances his rival in the guise of its inventor.
Donna Douglas was cast as Tony Randall's secretary shortly before landing the role for which she is best-remembered; Jed Clampett's daughter Ellie Mae in the long-running CBS sitcom, The Beverly Hillbillies (1962).
Peter 'Pete' Ramsey:
You're one of the lucky ones. You were born in the slums.
Jerry Webster: That's lucky?
Peter 'Pete' Ramsey: Of course it is. You had everything going for you. Poverty. Squalor. There was only one way for you to go - up.
The entire movie takes place during the one week the VIP's (Greek chorus) are in town, yet during that week, along with all the other things that occur, Jerry Webster (Rock Hudson) and Peter Ramsay (Tony Randall) go on a Canadian vacation and grow beards that would take at least three weeks to grow.