This early Edwards-directed comedy shows occasional sparks of things to come in his slapstick PINK PANTHER films, but for the most part it is routine comic escapism featuring Reynolds (hot with success from the very similar TAMMY AND THE BACHELOR of the year before) as a young woman who
arrives at Jurgens' horse breeding farm. He's a retired movie star who is more than a little surprised when Reynolds tries to fire up a romance with him, causing complications with his love, Smith. Eventually Reynolds changes her sights to next-door neighbor Saxon. The performances are good, but,
alas, the script is much too light for such a strong cast.