Tabloid reporter Bob (Tony Curtis) is posing as his married friend 'Frank Broderick,' trying to entrap sex therapist Dr. Brown (Natalie Wood) in an affair, in Sex And The Single Girl, 1964.
Count Basie Orchestra and Fran Jeffries (as 'Gretchen') taking the lead, with Bob (Tony Curtis) helping friends Frank (Henry Fonda) and Sylvia (Lauren Bacall) celebrate their stormy 10th anniversary, in Sex And The Single Girl, 1964.
Tabloid journalist Bob (Tony Curtis) with feuding apartment neighbors Sylvia (Lauren Bacall) and Frank (Henry Fonda), dismissing girlfriend Gretchen (Fran Jeffries), all the while hatching a scheme, in Sex And The Single Girl, 1964.
First scene for Natalie Wood as 'Dr. Brown,' only her name inspired by author Helen Gurley Brown, with colleagues (Otto Kruger, Mel Ferrer, Edmund Glover), angry over a scandal sheet's coverage of her work, in Sex And The Single Girl, 1964.
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A sex farce very loosely based on "Sex and the Single Girl" by Helen Gurley Brown.
Tony Curtis star as the editor of a scandal magazine who will resort to anything to get an interview with the beautiful author of the best-selling novel, Sex and the Single Girl.
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