Not one of the team's best, but enough fun flowed from the combined pens of Barry (who wrote the play) and Stewart (who wrote the screenplay) to make it a pleasant comedy. Hepburn, who also played the role on stage, is a widow living in Washington, D.C., where accommodations are scarcer
than an honest politician. She has a large house with plenty of room. Tracy is a scientist who is trying to convince the government that his new invention should be adopted by the Air Force. It's a pilot's helmet which has oxygen pumped directly into it, thereby eliminating the need for a separate
oxygen mask. Tracy shares a cab with tipsy Wynn, Hepburn's cousin. When Wynn learns th...