G | | Comedy, Musical
Four socialite old friends unexpectedly clash, and switch partners during a party and attempt to make each other jealous.
The original aspect ratio was 1.85, as is usual in America. The Blu-Ray AR is 1.66 for some reason. This is customary in Europe. It cuts off some picture on the sides.
Man at Racetrack:
Dames don't belong down here!
Elizabeth: Ah, go suck an egg!
The Camera begins on a silver music box on which rest bas-reliefs of the 4 principals, they dance to a song and then the camera pans around Kitty Kelly's sumptuous black-and white art deco penthouse.
The director's re-edited television version of the movie includes, among other things, an extra musical number for actress Eileen Brennan. Immediately following the scene between Brennan and Cybill Shepherd outside of the racetrack, Brennan sings "It Ain't Etiquette" (from Dubarry Was a Lady) to Shepherd. Clues to this excised number can be found in a rather abrupt and obvious edit in the theatrical version.