The basic flaw in this mediocre comedy is the premise that hotel millionairess Ritter would have to find a matchmaker for her three daughters, Newmar, Gaynor, and Parrish--three of the most curvaceous women in movies. Early along we see Ritter, in her private helicopter, flying over lawyer
Douglas' sailboat. Although she's his most lucrative client, he was trying to avoid her by going out in his boat. She commands him to manage the girls' estates and to find all three of them suitable husbands. She sends Bendix, the security chief of her hotel chain, to shadow Douglas and make sure
he's carrying out her orders. Gaynor, the most level-headed of the three, winds up w...