Usually dour author Phillip Wylie ("The Disappearance," "Opus 21," etc.) turned in a lightweight, giddy Redbook
story that's given appropriate treatment by the screenwriters, director, and actors. These were the days when the rich were treated with disdain and satire by writers.
Heiresses were always wealthy but unhappy, forever seeking real meaning in life. Power and Young were making their fourth film together in less than a year and this piece about infidelity is typical of the material they were given. Young has been divorced from Power because he was an irresponsible
playboy who was exciting, but much too erratic for her sensibilities. She's married Tal...