Not Now Darling
The misunderstandings and mistaken identities, the double entendres, the banging doors, centre around the dashing Gilbert who wants to give Janie, an ex-striptease artiste, a fur coat. His ingenious idea is to get Janie's husband, Harry to pay a 'knock down' price for the coat while he pays the major part of it himself so that she can wear it without any husbandly suspicions. Harry does indeed buy the coat. Not for Janie his wife - but for his curvaceous secretary, Sue! Gilbert's plan has misfired and from there on in the plot develops wildly as more and more couples are embroiled - husbands, mistresses, lovers, wives, and gorgeous girls wearing nothing but their underwear - resulting in an entanglement which reaches a point of hysteria before everyone gets their just desserts.
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