This amiable comedy may appeal more to fans of James Thurber than to anyone else, although they will take umbrage at some of the smarmy jokes, the sappy sentimentality, and the tacked-on happy ending. Lemmon is a writer-cartoonist who discovers that he's losing his vision. After a visit
to his opthalmologist, Darden, he trips over the attractive legs of divorcee Harris, who is cooling her heels in the waiting room. Lemmon has a few acerbic remarks for Harris, but they serve to intrigue, rather than repel her. After Lemmon exits with a lurch, Harris asks the doctor the details of
Lemmon's eye woes. It being a small world, Harris and Lemmon meet again at a literary c...