One of the queasier Rock Hudson-Doris Day comedies, this 1961 feature has Rock as an advertising executive who keeps his clients happy with booze and broads. Doris is a prim rival who decides to go after his new account, unaware that the product doesn’t really exist. A gold mine for students of 60s cultural attitudes—why is it that movies from this period look much more dated than the films of the 30s and 40s?—but not much of a picture. Delbert Mann directed; with Tony Randall, Edie Adams, Jack Oakie, Jack Kruschen, and Joe Flynn.