Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed?

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This romantic adult comedy finds psychiatrist Jason Steel (Dean Martin) the leader of a women's group therapy session. Jill St. John, Elizabeth Frazier, Macha Meril, Yoko Tani and Diane Foster all seek the advice of the handsome doctor, while husbands Louis Nye, Jack Soo, Richard Conte, and Martin Balsam ignore them in their usual poker game every Wednesday night. Jason plays doctor with pretty fiance Melissa (Elizabeth Montgomery) and Carol Burnette is his scatter brained secretary who does a hilarious striptease when she and Melissa can't pay for their dinner at a local nightclub after being stuck with the bill.

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Cast

Dean Martin
as Jason Steel
Elizabeth Montgomery
as Mellisa Morris
Carol Burnett
as Stella Irving
Martin Balsam
as Sanford Kaufman
Jill St. John
as Toby Tobler
Richard Conte
as Leonard Ashley
Macha Méril
as Jacqueline Edwards
Louis Nye
as Harry Tobler
Yoko Tani
as Isami Hiroti
Jack Soo
as Yoshimi Hiroti
Dianne Foster
as Mona Kaufman
Elliott Reid
as Tom Edwards
Elisabeth Fraser
as Dora Ashley
Sam Clinton
as Sam Jones
Steve Clinton
as Sam Jones
James O'Reare
as Policeman
Allison Hayes
as Mrs. Grayson
James O'Rear
as Policeman
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½

Typically sexist and silly 60's comedy that's really not very funny does offer the pleasure of seeing two of the queens of television, Elizabeth Montgomery and Carol Burnett, together in the same film. They're fine together and Carol has her moments, otherwise this is forgettable fluff with Jill St. John looking great wasted in a stupid part.

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