Actor Jason Steele plays a caring, godlike doctor on television. Off the set, he's the insecure fiancee of Melissa, a pretty art teacher. Jason doesn't know what to expect of marriage, ... See full summary »
Actor Jason Steele plays a caring, godlike doctor on television. Off the set, he's the insecure fiancee of Melissa, a pretty art teacher. Jason doesn't know what to expect of marriage, especially after seeing how the fires have burned out in all of poker buddies' marriages. Complicating matters is that his friends' wives have confused Jason with his television persona and they keep popping up at his house ready to see what his bedside manner is like. Written by
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Dean Martin and Elizabeth Montgomery are great in this movie. So great, in fact, that they actually manage to slip some odd stuff by the early 60's censors! Martin plays an actor who is so believable as a sage TV doctor that some people believe he really is the character he plays. Oddly enough, some of the people who believe it are the wives of his poker buddies. (The buddies all work in the TV industry, so you'd think their wives would know better.)
Jack Soo's character sums it up best when he comments "Once a man's tasted married women..." The fact is that after initial resistance, Martin's character actually begins to groove on married women. Also, each married woman brings her own, unique fetish to the bedroom. There's the woman who plies him with food, the one who seduces him with dancing, and the woman who massages him into relaxation. Add to all this, Jason's fiancée, Melissa (Elizabeth Montgomery), who when she finally learns what's going on, proves that she's the kinkiest one of all.
Maybe it was all unintentional, but I doubt it. Written like it was dreamed up by Ed Wood on a good day, this movie features some hot sixties babes and a very strange plot.
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