Approved | | Comedy, Crime, Thriller
The ironclad contract, for which agent and husband Martin Melcher had signed his wife Doris Day up, was fairly typical of what he engineered behind her back. Upon his death from either a ruptured appendix or an enlarged heart the following year at the age of fifty-two, it was discovered that Melcher had lost millions of Day's money in unwise investments, leaving her essentially penniless.
How is she?
Doctor: With a good night's sleep she'll be back to normal.
Christopher White: She will never be normal.
When Patricia follows Su home, she finds Su living in a luxurious house in the hills, complete with pool. The next time we visit Su's home, it's a high rise apartment.
Each screen of the opening credits is presented uniquely. The names of the leads appear in speech/thought bubbles of an extra. One page appears gradually as a walkie-talkie's antenna extends. Others fade in, slide in, are pulled from behind walls, appear with different clipart, etc.