This often-funny film fails to sustain its premise through its entire length. Cambridge is hilarious in his role, but many of the gags are cliched, uninspired, and just what one might have expected from the situation. In order to work, comedy must offer surprises. Cambridge, a bigoted
white insurance agent, is married to Parsons and is the father of Garrett and Moran. (Regrettably, Cambridge's whiteface makeup is not very convincing.) The family's life is a placid one with all the usual suburban problems, none of which can compare with what is about to happen to Cambridge. One
morning he wakes up to find that, due to some bizarre inner occurrence in his body, he is...