Executive George Dupler loses his temper and is demoted to the night manager at a 24 hour drugstore. After he suggests to his teenage son Freddie that he stop having an affair with suburban housewife Cheryl Gibbons, who is a distant cousin, Cheryl tries to seduce George. At home, in front of his mother, Freddie accuses his dad of stealing his girl, because he found Cheryl serving George a meal in the middle of the night, while her husband Bobby was on duty at the fire station. George then separates from his wife Helen, quits his job, moves into a warehouse, and asks Cheryl to move in with him. Written by
She's got a way with men. And she's getting away with it...
Did You Know?
Agent Sue Mengers' once said of the post-movie break-up with client Barbra Streisand
: This picture ". . . caused a lot of strain between Barbra [Streisand] and Jon [Peters]. Because it was the first thing Barbra had done where Jon wasn't involved. He liked to get producer credit. And this one announced to the industry [that] she's a free agent. Producers didn't feel, 'Omigod, if I bring that script to Streisand, I'll have to bring in Jon Peters.'" See more
Oh, no! How did he die?
I don't know... brain haemorrhoid?
Music by Alan E. Lindgren
(as Alan Lindgren)
Lyrics by W.D. Richter
Orchestra Conducted by Georges Delerue
(as George Delerue) See more