Toy manufacturer's assistant has an affair with the child-like toy-man's enchanting young wife. After enduring an humiliating interview the bright, college grad aide proves valuable to the ... See full summary »

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Toy manufacturer's assistant has an affair with the child-like toy-man's enchanting young wife. After enduring an humiliating interview the bright, college grad aide proves valuable to the middle-aged manufacturer through his hard work. But the young man is impatient for advancement. Written by David Stevens

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22 February 1965 (USA)  »

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Three Dopes In A Big House
9 April 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A rich, unappealing husband and a young, attractive wife live in a big, luxurious house. Hm. Where will this go? When the husband hires an attractive young male assistant played by too-perfectly-1960's handsome Donnelly Rhodes, we think we know. She flirts with other men. He is stern and disapproving until she flirts with him and the expected passion flares. The house features an unusual device, and the minute its function and faults are overly explained -- really, really overly explained -- we know exactly how this is going to end. Surprise ending? Hardly. Robert Strauss is too goofy and unappealing to make a likely husband for lovely Anne Francis. Their marriage never seems remotely plausible to begin with, and everyone behaves like a dimwit in the interests of furthering the unlikely plot.


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