Rob gets an opportunity to do a featured part in a movie, kissing a stunningly attractive woman - while Laura watches.

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Ritchie Petrie (credit only)
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Leslie Merkle
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Leslie Merkle, one of Rob's old army buddies (whom Rob fears wants a free script from him), calls to offer Rob a bit part in his latest project, an experimental movie on the life of pseudo-celebrity Rita Rivera, a European woman renowned for her many lovers. Laura's concern over Rob's appearance in love scenes abates when she learns that the camera itself will be Rita, looking upon her men. That's all well and good till Leslie decides upon using a live actress instead, a gorgeous Italian woman named Lucianna Mazetta. As reward (and safety) for still allowing him to be in the film, Rob invites Laura to the set, but her presence puts Rob off his game during the love scenes. It turns out, it's not Rob's biggest problem. Written by Huggo / revised by statmanjeff

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italian | actress | milk | movie set | kiss | See All (12) »

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Comedy | Family

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27 April 1966 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the song "You Ought to Be in Pictures" by Dana Suesse and Edward Heyman. See more »

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Rob Petrie: Honey, the reason I brought this home was to discover just how upset you'd be if I made love to her. Obv... you know... within the confines of my movie career.
Laura Petrie: Well, how upset do you THINK I should be... within the confines of your movie career?
Rob Petrie: Well, I'd... based on what you know about me, I'd say not at all; but, uh, based on what you've seen of her, I-I'd... quite a bit.
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References Little Fugitive (1953) See more »

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