PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance
A workaholic needs a date for a dinner with new important clientele, but who his brother sets him up with could lead to disaster.
On the more upscale side, Blake Edwards made good use of the Los Angeles environs region's luxurious mansions, particularly the one once occupied by Baron Hilton, the founder of the worldwide Hilton Hotel chain. Owned by the Hilton heirs, the huge house and its spacious grounds were the background for some of the most bizarre and hilarious scenes of the film. To protect the house from rampant destruction, special interiors were designed as a buffer zone, and its treasures moved out of harm's way.
I swear on my mother's grave.
Judge Harold Bedford: Your mother is playing the back 9 at Bellaire.
David Bedford: I was speaking in the future tense.
At the party scene where Walter gets drunk, he states that the Lakers are tied 106-106 in overtime. Seconds later, as he makes a 'last second shot' with a grape, he says the Lakers are down by one.
$7,500,000 (USA) (29 March 1987)