Now available on DVD. No old scratchy,faded print to watch. The only problem with this DVD version is, it is shown in squeezy wide-screen. Takes the enjoyment out of watching. Doris Day gets caught in the rain in New York City. She gets splashed from the road water by a very luxurious car with a well-to-do man inside, Cary Grant. Doris ends up at the employment agency where John Astin, who is a clerk, once again tries to ask her for a date. But his thoughts are more aggressive. But Doris is a lady and turns him down. She goes to cafe where through the tuna salad window compartment she gossips with Audrey Meadows who is a server on the other side. Cary Grant sees Doris and apologizes for him for splashing her with the car. So Gig Young does his duty, and Doris says "Money doesn't buy good manners". Reluctantly, Doris goes with Gig to meet this tychoon. When they meet, it's love at first sight. She calls Audrey Meadows, her friend, and naturally her friend is concerned all she can do is offer some good sound advice. She doesn't want her friend to be hurt. Very cute, mature film for the middle-aged adults. Many laughs along the way. Dick Sargent (Bewitched tv series) has a small role. Just wait until you see what havoc Doris Day causes at the UNIVAC building. The first computer database.