Based on a hit Broadway play, this bedroom farce stars Oscar-winner David Niven ("The Dawn Patrol," "Around the World in 80 Days") as a university psychiatrist who is unable to control his nubile daughter. With Lola Albright (TV's "Peyton Place"), Chad Everett (TV's "Medical Center") and the legendary Ozzie Nelson (TV's "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet").
Psychiatrist Jonathan Kingsley is an expert on the problems of the adolescent, unless that adolescent is his own daughter. David Niven plays the exasperated doc and Cristina Ferrare is his rebellious offspring in this '60s generation-gap comedy complete with long hair, peace symbols and campus protests. Dr. Kingsley frets over his daughter's interest in the opposite sex, especially when she suddenly and inexplicably changes from wild to womanly. Has she or hasn't she...?
Ruby Keeler teams with the Nelsons (of TV and radio fame) as the singer in Ozzie's band. The setting is a college campus which is suffering from monetary woes, but somehow Ozzie's band manages to attract enough attention to increase the enrollment and keep the school from having to shut down.
Producer Owen Sinclair – alias bandleader Ozzie Snick – is in town, and the Hubbards arrange a surprise visit between him and Kaye, who’s been bragging for years about her singing success with his old orchestra. Eve, Kaye, and Ozzie Nelson sing “North Dak