Van Dyke and Reynolds divorce after fifteen years of marriage, while friends Robards and Simmons create a financial scheme to right it all, and real-life hypnotist G. Pat Collins sees that it works out. This is a well-honed social commentary on the American way of life. Copenned by Norman
Lear ("All In The Family"), it was an Oscar nominee for Best Screenplay. Dave Grusin's score fits perfectly.