A mother drops her son and husband off at a tropical vacation spot for a little rest and relaxation. The only problem is that the husband has been dead for quite some time, and his wife had...
See full summary »
Mrs. Emily Pollifax of New Jersey goes to the CIA to volunteer for spy duty, being in her own opinion, expendable now that the children are grown and she's widowed. And being just what the ... See full summary »
Leslie H. Martinson
Rosie is a sweet, rich and generous woman, especially when is comes to giving away money. Daughters Mildred and Edith are worried that she will spend all their inheritance, so they plan to ... See full summary »
New York tourist Tony Curtis falls asleep on a Southern California beach on his first night in the West and wakes up to The New Phantasmagoria--catamarans, surfers (including a dog), ... See full summary »
A long-married couple are at war with each other and with their teenage son and daughter. The presence of a handsome young tutor complicates and sensitizes the savage domestic tensions ... See full summary »
Ice-cold college dean Susan Middlecott feels there's no room in her life for romance. Enter Prof. Alec Stevenson, British lecturer on astronomy, touring North America and in possession of a... See full summary »
Marsha Meredith, an attorney-at-law, is nominated for a Federal judgeship, but her nomination is opposed by a 'Good-Government' group who think her divorce makes her unfit for the job. This... See full summary »
A mother drops her son and husband off at a tropical vacation spot for a little rest and relaxation. The only problem is that the husband has been dead for quite some time, and his wife had him stuffed and carries him around with her. Complications ensue. Written by
This film was completed in 1965 but Paramount didn't release it until 1967. In the interim, the understandably nervous studio hired Jonathan Winters to appear in comic inserts shot long after the regular cast had dispersed and principal photography was over. See more »
This was a play that I was in as the "stuffed Dad" while attending a community college in Minnesota--some 20+ years ago. The director was an instructor I had in an earlier quarter and he wanted me to audition for the play. I did and was chosen to play the character of the Dad. The stage was not too fancy but was to give the impression of a hotel in the tropics. The bellhops used tape recorders to play a portion of a monologue spoken by my stage wife. There were two Venus flytraps in front of the stage played by two female cast members. The director had made a decision to do the play as out of sync as much as possible. I do not appear until the second act and then was on stage for a good part of the time after that. We had the play going for 6 nights and I did my own makeup which was rather strange as well. I did enjoy doing the play and I like to see live theater as it just might not go the way it was planned some nights.
1 of 12 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?