Beatty attempted comedy in the manner of Cary Grant in this film, but lacked Grant's versatility for slapstick routines. Caron plays a widow residing in Greenwich Village with an 18-month-old baby. She works for child psychologist Cummings, who actually hates kids. Looking for a new mate,
she has her eye on Cummings, hiding the fact that she has a young child. Beatty is her upstairs neighbor, a would-be filmmaker who makes his living by producing mail-order burlesque pictures. He adores Caron, but she has her mind made up for Cummings. Beatty is willing to babysit the infant and
keep him out of the way of Cummings, but when he decides to use the child in one of his...