An indulgent movie that was slightly too late to catch the "sex-comedy" trend begun by the Doris Day-Rock Hudson pictures. Lemmon's career was somewhat tarnished by this film, and he went into the critics' doghouse for a couple of years. He didn't much like the movie either and was
quoted as saying it was "a real crock." Be that as it may, looking at it today reveals that it's all quite innocent. Lemmon runs an apartment building and will only rent flats to single, attractive women, with all of whom he engages in hankypanky. Adams moves out of her place and sublets it to
Lynley, her niece. Adams has left the apartment to take up with her new lover, Lansing, and Lem...