Steve Gordon's delightful, heartwarming old-fashioned screwball comedy, which features a brilliantly funny Oscar nominated performance by the late Dudley Moore, who is so endearing as Arthur Bach, a spoiled drunken millionaire playboy who is at risk of losing his massive $750,000,000 dollar inheritance, if he doesn't marry a boring heiress who he does not love and cannot stand, she has been handpicked for him by his old money father, and his dotty grandmother. But lots of complications occur soon after when Arthur falls in love with a feisty waitress named Linda Marolla, played terrifically by Liza Minnelli, who is the perfect foil for Moore, they have real chemistry together. The late great Sir John Gielgud, is absolutely priceless in his unforgettable Oscar winning performance as Hodson, Arthur's protective acid-tongued valet, his comic timing is perfect and he is a total joy, who steals every scene he is in. Exquisitely directed by late Steve Gordon, who also wrote the side-splitting original screenplay. Superlative supporting performances by Geraldine Fitzgerald, Jill Eikenberry, Stephen Elliott, Ted Ross, Barney Martin, Anne De Salvo, and Lou Jacobi. There are more genuine laughs in this gem of a film then most comedies put together. The memorable Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do) earned an Oscar. A true 80s classic. Highly Recommended.