Synopsis by Hal Erickson
This "B" effort from the 20th Century-Fox stable stars John Emery and Tamara Geva as John Newberry and Maria Ivar, a pair of quarrelsome stage stars. Realizing that their constant bickering is ruining their professional and personal lives, John and Maria separately consult psychiatrists Harold Matson (Leif Erickson) and Susan Nash (Virginia Gregg). To hide the fact that they're seeking therapy, John and Maria pretend that Harold and Suan are old school friends. It doesn't take long before the psychiatrists are arguing with each other, thereby "curing" John and Maria. Director Ray McCarey may have been the brother of Leo McCarey, but Ray's The Gay Intruders isn't in the same league as Leo's hilarious marital comedy The Awful Truth.
actor, arguing, marital-problems, marriage, psychiatry