A feeble attempt to do a Hawksian 1930s comedy in the 1970s. The shame of this was that coauthors Shapiro and Richlin both had several light comedies in their resumes (PILLOW TALK; OPERATION PETTICOAT; THAT TOUCH OF MINK; THE PERFECT FURLOUGH; etc.). Streisand is a big-mouthed Brooklyn
housewife married to poor sap Sarrazin, a cabbie who is desperate to go back to school and out of the awful New York City traffic. He is tipped that the USSR and the US are about to conclude a deal that will send the price of pork bellies soaring. Streisand and Sarrazin do not have enough money to
buy a package of bacon, much less thousands of pork bellies. Streisand goes to Hollande...