Using Helen Gurley Brown's book as a jump off point, we follow the adventures of a supermarket tabloid editor as he tries to parlay an interview with the author of the book into headlines and sales. Of course, a romantic entanglement ensues. Written by
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Diane McBain was originally announced for role of a female magazine editor that apparently was written out of final script. See more »
When everyone arrives at the airport, the green taxi pulls in behind Henry Fonds's convertible, which pulls up to the front of the yellow taxi. Moments later, the taxi driver arrives on the motorcycle and as he hits the back of the taxi, he flies over it, but the other cars are not there. See more »
Helen Gurley Brown:
[Indignantly to Rudolph]
This filthy rag is using sex and me for no better purpose than to make money!
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Richard Quine is one of most underated director of his time.This jewel,is a funny comedy with all-star cast in the style of The Pink Panther and Some Like Hot.Highlights Curtis seducing Wood and Fonda and Bacall fighting for jealous reason.The Critics at the time hated this movie,but nowadays with the hit of " There's Something About Mary",this movie deserves another look.Well,people enjoy this funny movie directed by Mr. Quine.
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