I saw this movie in 1977 when I was only 23. I sat through it because it was part of a double feature and I really wanted to see the other movie. This movie has every sex joke in the book (or so it seems) and at the risk of being blackballed as a spoiler I won't tell you any...you'll have to find the movie and see it. Once seen, the finale is not to be forgotten. Keefe Brasselle was a journeyman song and dance man as well as an entertainment executive and novelist. This is not for every taste but, if seen, you'll be repeating every joke in the movie to your friends and coworkers. Another commentator was right...Uschi Digard is certainly a screen presence to be remembered. The sequel "Can I Do it Till I Need Glasses?" got some publicity when it featured Robin Williams for all of about five minutes (if that long). The two films should be seen together for full impact.