In this film, Jerry Lewis once again takes on multiple roles as he did in THE NUTTY PROFESSOR (1963), but this time he bombs. He plays an artist commissioned to paint in Paris who wants to take his psychiatrist girl friend Leigh along to celebrate their honeymoon. She, however, has three
man-hating patients who can't do without her. Using a variety disguises, Lewis becomes the boy friend of each of the three patients. His charade is finally discovered and he nearly loses Leigh, but her now-cured patients convince her to take the vacation. After a long stretch with Paramount, this
was Lewis' first effort for Columbia and though the film did turn a profit, there were...