After eight years of marriage, Robert and Nina divorce. He takes up with his womanising Navy buddy Charlie Nelson while she looks to her interfering mother for guidance. Both start dating other people, but although they try and ignore each other whenever they accidentally meet, it is obvious the past is not dead. Then one night they find themselves in a nightclub doing the mambo together. Written by
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Did You Know?
When Nina mentions she has her own TV show and is making $40,000 per year, that would equate to $354,000 in 2015. See more
As Jack Lemmon pulls away from the stop light in his sports car, the car shifts gears while both his hands are on the steering wheel. See more
A mustache is a very important thing. That's part of the famous Charlie Nelson theory in the efficacy of face hair in dealing with the opposite sex.
[Slightly taken aback
Always remember this: dames become unpredictable when faced with a mustache. It both arouses, and angers them, because... being as it is a symbol of masculinity, they feel drawn toward it.
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