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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The Big Comedy of Nineteen-Sexty-Sex!
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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 stars' name on top line appeared on top line (first name for one, surname for the other--with remainder of name on bottom line in reversed order.) In trailer, both names flash on screen in animated circle rotating so rapidly it's impossible to discern top-billed star. See more
Black umbrella in stand disappears for no apparent reason after clearly being in place for at least four shots prior to the disappearance. See more
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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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