Charles Hendricks is happy. At home, he has a doting wife. On business trips, he has a doting mistress. Things only become difficult for him when his wife finds his mistress's cigarette lighter. She's not a jealous woman and makes little of it. But that first clue to his infidelity leads to another. And finally she knows. Unknown to him, his wife takes a trip to meet the other woman. She pretends to be collecting old clothes. But her real goal is far more sinister.
Did You Know?
The title refers to the last alcoholic drink the patron has before he or she leaves the bar, restaurant or his or her host's residence. Also a line in the song "One for My Baby (and One More for the Road)" that is a popular song written by Harold Arlen
and Johnny Mercer
for the 1943 musical "The Sky's the Limit" (1943) and a standard sung by Frank Sinatra
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In the last scene when she hands him the coffee cup, it is less than half full. When he hands it back and she puts it down on the tray and adds the sugar, it is full again. See more
I'm coming, darling.
Where are my cigarettes?