This clever sex spoof--well directed by song-and-dance man Kelly--profiles Matthau, a normally contented married man who is guided into infidelity by rake and ne'er-do-well Morse. It's all froth and is best summed up in one of the captions flashed upon the screen, a quote from Oscar Wilde:
"The one charm of marriage is that it makes a life of deception absolutely necessary for both parties." Morse encourages Matthau to pursue divorcee Devry and provides anecdotal illustrations of the dos and don'ts when cheating on one's wife. Stevens is oblivious to Matthau's bumbling plans and
goes about being the sweet, sexy, perfect wife. Matthau has eyes for Langdon, the marri...