“It certainly is smooth. Yes, a man can faint from such smoothness.”
A tourist (Jerry Lewis) is mistaken for a jewel thief and pursued by two different gangs.
Response to Peary’s Review:
It’s not clear why Peary includes this boring, unfunny Jerry Lewis title in his GFTFF, since he readily acknowledges that “there is not enough visual comedy or slapstick,” that Lewis’s character is, unfortunately, “less out-of-control than usual”, and that the “love scenes with Susan Bay are embarrassingly sappy”. At nearly two hours, the movie goes on for far too long, and, as Peary notes, has “too many scenes at Sea World”. With that said, it has a number of fans (check out some of the posts on IMDb, for instance, as well as the JerryLewisComedy.com review link below), and is certainly worth checking out if you’re enamored with Lewis’s wacky impersonations — there are plenty here.
Redeeming Qualities and Moments:
Not much of anything.
No. This is only must-see viewing for die-hard Jerry Lewis fans.