A playboy American journalist (Tony Curtis) thinks his plan to keep three stewardess fiancees and meet up with them at his apartment in Paris is foolproof as their flight schedules mean they never meet.
Until the day their schedules change and they all arrive on the same day.
Things are complicated even further when his friend Jerry Lewis arrives on the scene.
Thelma Ritter is the long-suffering put-upon housekeeper Bertha, and the trio of airline cuties are equally well cast.
Marc Camoletti’s hit play achieved astoundingly long theatrical runs throughout the world, so a screen version of this latter-day Feydeauesque farce was an inevitability. The pin-sharp photography is by the great Lucien Ballard and the period Paramount gloss helps.