Grant and Kerr are at the top of their form, but the script and direction aren't in this battle-of-the-sexes romp with a fanciful story and not enough laughs to carry the slim plot. Grant is dating Kerr, an official with the U.S. State Department. He'd like to marry her but wants a woman
at home, not in the office. Kerr is loath to give up her excellent job, and, at the moment when Grant asks for her hand, she is in the midst of an oil crisis in the Middle East. Grant recalls a gorgeous Arabian princess, Betta St. John, he once met in the mythical country of Bukistan who had spent
her life learning how to please a man. He cables her and proposes in a fit of pique. ...