Ed convinces his best friend Paul that he should fool around with other women in order to preserve his happy marriage. Ed illustrates his point with a series of vignettes acted out by a lot of famous celebrities. The joke of it all is that Paul is married to lovely Ruth.Written by
Lucille Ball and Louis Nye, while sharing no scenes together in this film, did appear together in "The Facts of Life" (1960). See more »
Basic principle number one - never say you'll be where you can be proved not to be.
Boy oh boy it just gets more complicated.
Protecting your loved ones is hard work.
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A movie from a time when "mature" didn't mean graphic. The plot is right out of the buttoned-down 60's -- Walter Matthau consults with expert adulterer Robert Morse before cheating on his wife (a very sexy Inger Stevens). Robert Morse's lessons are illustrated by hilarious vignettes featuring a Who's Who of comedy stars. The Joey Bishop turn on how to handle being caught in the act -- Deny, Deny, Deny is a classic.
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