PG | | Comedy
Show-business trade paper 'Variety' reported that the film's "co-scripter and co-producer 'Stanley Shapiro' . . . penned those Doris Day - Rock Hudson comedies of yore".
We'll play 'Take A Nap'.
Henrietta 'Henry' Robbins: What's that?
Mr. Coates: Lie down in bed. Pretend your taking a nap. I sneak in, climb into bed, and I touch you. You struggle, but not too hard. You got that?
Henrietta 'Henry' Robbins: Let's see. Bed. Sleep. Touch. Struggle. Not too hard.
Mr. Coates: Right!
Mr. Coates: Are You ...
Henrietta 'Henry' Robbins: I'm ...
In the beginning of the movie Henry leaves her apartment wearing solid color jeans and a patch-work jacket. The jeans have seams as if they are constructed in patch fashion, but they are made with same color denim fabric. Then as the actor's body doubles ride their motorcycle to work, Henry's jeans change to a patch-work pattern to match the jacket, with the left thigh dark blue and faded blue from the knee down. But then when Streisand arrives as Henry's, the patch-work jeans have changed again, and are now constructed with faded fabric for the thighs and dark denim from the knees down to the boots.