Bob Hope is a New York theater critic and his wife (Lucille Ball in their final motion picture pairing) writes a play that may or may not be very good. Now Hope must either get out of reviewing the play or cause the breakup of his marriage. Based on the Broadway play by Ira Levin. Written by
Warner Bros. happily brings Broadway's 'choice' comedy to the screen!
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The collage of stylized posters for Broadway plays (The Music Man, Life With Father, Fanny, Gypsy, Camelot) that appeared under the opening credits, were all productions that had (or in the case of Camelot, would later be) filmed by Warner Bros. See more
So, the trouble must be psychosomatic. Nonorganic, therefore psychically motivated.
Will you stop talking like a child?
Ending: "The absolute End" See more