Two researchers have come to San Francisco to compete for a research grant in Music. One seems a bit distracted, and that was before he meets her. A strange woman seems to have devoted her life to confusing and embarassing him. At the same time a woman has her jewels stolen and a government whistle blower arrives with his stolen top secret papers. All, of course have the same style and color overnight bag.Written by
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In the scene where the cars drive into the water, the stunt man who is standing up in the Cadillac convertible suffered a severe concussion when he hit the water. He could not recall doing the stunt for years afterwards. See more »
Throughout the car chase (near the end of the movie), the "Just Married" VW is a post-1967 Beetle. However, it is a pre-1967 Beetle that is later seen floating in San Francisco Bay. This was due to the fact that the first car sank into the bay at the end of the chase scene, necessitating a second car "prop" for the "floating beetle" shot (Ref: Peter B in the DVD commentary). See more »
[Judy and Howard have their heads under the table, Howard is trying to convince Judy to leave, Frederick joins them]
What's going on down here? You two just can't keep away from each other, can you?
Oh, we were just talking.
Are you all right Mr Larrabee? Can I help?
No, it's fine, we were just chatting.
What's the matter?
We're just testing a theory Howard has about Vocal Reverberation Under Spinal Pressure.
What? Vocal Reverberation ...
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This film is very funny and stays so even after repeated viewings. The plot is silly, but it doesn't matter - the film is not about plot, so much as its about how this oddball bunch of characters interact - and the situations and dialog carry the film along effortlessly. Streisand and O'Neil are wonderful - surprisingly so. A much underseen and underappreciated film.
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