American playboy Bernard Lawrence has cleverly designed a system using the airline timetables to keep going three affairs with flight stewardesses. However, his life soon starts to descend into a shambles after the arrival of a friend, Robert Reed, and a dreaded change to the flight order, whereby it becomes increasingly difficult to keep his three fiancées apart. Written by
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They don't need a housekeeper. They need a scorekeeper!
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Did You Know?
A dispute over which actor--Tony Curtis
or Jerry Lewis
--would receive top billing was settled in print ads and posters by criss-crossing names on a diagonal so a portion of each star's name on the top line appeared on the top line (first name for one, surname for the other--with remainder of name on bottom line in reversed order.) In the film's trailer both names flash on screen in an animated circle, rotating so rapidly it's impossible to discern who is the top-billed star. See more
Reed gets in the cab through the left door; then we see him inside sitting on the right side of the taxi and the girl is on the left. See more
You don't need a maid. You need the mafia.
The three actresses who play the flight attendants have their physical measurements listed in small print under their names. Instead of measurements, Thelma Ritter has (?-?-?) by her name. See more
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