Martin has a futuroid camera, something takes takes photos of the future. To show Tim how it works, Martin snaps a photo of him 24 hours into the future. Martin and Tim are shocked to see a...
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Martin has a futuroid camera, something takes takes photos of the future. To show Tim how it works, Martin snaps a photo of him 24 hours into the future. Martin and Tim are shocked to see a photo of what looks like Tim the groom in a wedding, the bride whose face is not shown. For the first time in his adult life, Tim is not girl crazy, and wants to avoid women for the next 24 hours. Tim decides to cover a story for the paper in an effort to keep out of girl trouble, but he finds out after he accepts that the story is at the Kitten Club, a men's club. Martin follows him on the story so that he can photograph all the women to see what they're doing in 24 hours. The one woman who he doesn't take photo of is Louise Babcock, an acquaintance of Tim's who hasn't given him the time of day in the past, hence the reason they figure it's not her in the picture. Perhaps they shouldn't have passed her up so easily. She's in love with a man named Sam Evans, who trusts her enough not to be jealous ... Written by
In the title the song "Get Me to the Church on Time" from My Fair Lady (1964) is parodied. The original Broadway production of "My Fair Lady" opened at the Mark Hellinger Theater in New York on March 15, 1956, and ran for 2717 performances, which was, at the time, the longest run a Broadway show had ever had. See more »