David Swift produced, directed, adapted, and even played a small role in this scathing musical satire. The film is based on Shepherd Mead's novel which had been brought to the stage by Loesser and Burrows, who co-wrote the stage book with Gilbert and Weinstock.
Morse is an elfin, yet aggressive, window washer who buys a copy of Mead's book on his way to work and decides to put it to work immediately. He walks into the office of World Wide Wickets, a huge conglomerate, and enchants Lee, a pretty secretary, who introduces him to the chief of personnel.
That achieved, he convinces the man that he is a great pal of Vallee, who heads the company. This bit of trickery...