G | | Comedy
The accidental mix-up of four identical plaid overnight bags leads to a series of increasingly wild and wacky situations.
Cole Porter's "You're the Top," performed by Barbra Streisand and Ryan O'Neal in this Peter Bogdanovich film, would be reprised by their co-star Madeline Kahn three years later, with Burt Reynolds, in Bogdanovich's live-sung Cole Porter musical At Long Last Love (1975).
Ah, I got an idea.
Judy: Stick with me. Stick with me kid.
Howard: This is a terrible thing we're doing.
Judy: Nonsense, you're gonna love it.
Howard mentions that his theory is that ancient humans used rocks to create prehistoric music 7 million years ago, but that is the time when chimpanzees and primitive humans split on the evolutionary tree, so at that time primitive humans were little more than chimps. Hardly able to create, or even appreciate, any type of "music." Hugh (Kenneth Mars) says that Howard is studying "Neanderthals", which evolved roughly 250,000 years ago (and could probably create the music with rocks that Howard postulates).