Celebrated obstetrician and gynecologist William Masters, happily married but unlike to get his wife pregnant, decides to scientifically research sexual orgasms, and 'hiring' a prostitute won't suffice. Besides his official research assistant, brilliant graduate and slick, handsome womanizer Ethan Haas, he needs a female secretarial assistant and decides to recruit informally. The university refuses to contribute to such a 'lecherous' project. Written by
Did You Know?
Beau Bridges' character advises Dr. Masters to 'take up macramé'. While macramé had a brief popularity in Victorian England, it was virtually unknown in the USA until the hippies took it up in the late 1960s. See more
Love Letters in the Sand
Music by J. Fred Coots
and lyrics by Nick Kenny
and Charles Kenny
Performed by Pat Boone See more