When a young couple is about to marry, the bride's parents decide to divorce. Loosing faith in marriage, the young couple live together instead. After the birth of a child, they put it up for adoption. The bride's parents reconcile so that they can secretly adopt their grandchild. Written by
Bob Hope and Jackie Gleason request the honor of your presence at a swinging session on How to Commit Marriage.
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This movie is the film debut of the California progressive psychedelic hippie band "The Comfortable Chair", recording artists on CBS-Ode Records, whose six band members appear as themselves in the movie. They were discovered and produced by John Densmore and Robby Krieger of famous rock band The Doors. They are: Bernie Schwartz - lead vocals, Barbara Wallace - lead vocals, Gene Garfin - lead guitar, Gary Davis - bass guitar, Greg LeRoy - drums & percussion, and Tad Barczak - synthesizer & piano keyboards. See more
At the end of the golf sequence an out of place mechanical drinking fountain appears next to the green to serve as a ricochet barrier during Mildred's match-winning putt, never to be seen again. See more
[spots the recently divorced Benson's with their respective dates, at his standing room only nightclub, dressed like hippies
Well, look who just came in... split-city. I think I'll go over and deflate some egos.
Now, Oliver, don't cause any trouble.
Me? Trouble? Preposterous!
[walks over to Benson's table
Who are you supposed to be Sambo's mother?
Look Flabberino, why don't you leave and make room for like six more tables?
Sold any mud, lately? Well, well, well. One big happy family....
Features The Crimson Kimono
Written by Barbara A. Baczek, Tad Baczek, Gary Davis, Warner Davis, Eugene A. Garfin, Gregory B. LeRoy and Bernie Schwartz
Performed by The Comfortable Chair See more