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Cary Grant's last film.
Cary Grant retired from acting after this film because at 61 he had become too old to play the romantic lead, and he did not think his fans would want to see him playing supporting roles.
Largely a reworking of the 1943 George Stevens comedy "The More The Merrier" that starred Jean Arthur, Joel McCrea, and Charles Coburn in the similar characters played by Samantha Eggar, Jim Hutton and Cary Grant respectively.
Although the film makes a running gag out of Davis' reluctance to say which Olympic sport he is entered in, the joke was spoiled by the original advertising, which showed both him and Rutland participating in that event.
In some scenes, Cary Grant whistles the theme music from Charade (1963) and An Affair to Remember (1957), two of his previous films.
Charles Walters's last theatrical feature as director.
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The film is a remake of The More the Merrier (1943).
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James Stewart: Via a television broadcast of "The Man From Laramie."
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