Marilyn Monroe's 27th picture was originally intended as a satire of Howard Hughes, but Fox's lawyers must have advised against it, resulting in this mild latter-day version of ON THE AVENUE (1937). Billionaire industrialist Jean-Marc Clement (Yves Montand) is informed by his attorney
(Wilfrid Hyde-White) and public relations man (Tony Randall) that an Off-Broadway show lampooning him is being prepared. Jean-Marc goes to a rehearsal and sees Amanda (Monroe) performing "My Heart Belongs to Daddy" (one of Monroe's best song renditions). The show has no one to play Jean-Marc's
character, and the director thinks he is a look-alike actor come to audition for the part. N...