Editor's NotePolly Bergen becomes the first woman to preside in the oval office which causes her husband, now the first hubby, to be caught in some unprecedented protocol. Academy Award Nominations: Best (Black-and-White) Costume Design.
Cast & Crew
|Robert Surtees - Cinematographer|
|Herman A. Blumenthal - Art Director|
|Sam O'Steen - Editor|
|Curtis Bernhardt - Producer|
|Bronislau Kaper - Composer|
|Claude Binyon - Screenwriter|
|Robert G. Kane - Screenwriter|
|Curtis Bernhardt - Director|
Plot SummaryImagine if the United States were to have a female president. For Leslie McCloud, it is a giant leap forward for the feminist cause.| For her husband, it's a hell on earth.| After his wife's inauguration, Thad discovers the stimulating traditions followed by all the first ladies of the past two centuries. He has his photo mounted on a wall with the presidents' wives of yore. His bedroom has a feminizing makeover that chucks his manly trappings and leaves everything pink and puffy.| Things turn even worse for Thad, because now whenever he is in the mood to romance his Commander-in-Chief sweetie, cabinet members interrupt his advances.| What's a poor guy to do?