In the midst of a mid-life crisis, Henry Smith convinces his wife, Ellen, that they should take separate one-week vacations, with no questions asked. He tries to sow some wild oats with a show girl and a paid escort, while she reacquaints herself with a childhood friend, now a famous explorer. Both get more than they bargained for.
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' onscreen credits lists his character name as Freddie Wilkins, but he's called Freddie Clark throughout the movie. See more
Does your mother let you drink?
Don't horsefeathers me, drinking is a serious pitfall.
Don't be dumb, I can spot a pitfall from a mile away.
Far Above Cayuga's Waters
(ca 1870) (uncredited)
(Cornell University's alma mater)
Music (from the song "Annie Lisle") by H.S. Thompson
Lyrics by Archibald Croswell-Weeks
and Wilmot Moses Smith
Sung a cappella by Gene Lockhart See more