Dean Martin is seemingly right for the part of an actor who appears on television as a doctor, such as Kildare or Ben Casey, and then moonlights into the field of psychiatric advice (and perhaps romantic stimulation) for the glamorous dames married to his TV-business associates.

Dean Martin is seemingly right for the part of an actor who appears on television as a doctor, such as Kildare or Ben Casey, and then moonlights into the field of psychiatric advice (and perhaps romantic stimulation) for the glamorous dames married to his TV-business associates.

But there’s the slip between cup and lip. The slip makes the difference between what might have been mischievous, zesty comedy and what is a sometimes laughable frolic that in a couple of instances is permitted to sink in its quest for sophisticated hilarity.

This is unfortunate because a substantial part of Who’s Been Sleeping in My Bed ? plays sparkingly well. Martin is an amiable performer in light comedy and does fine with the material at hand.

Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed?

Production

Paramount. Director Daniel Mann; Producer Jack Rose; Screenplay Jack Rose; Camera Joseph Ruttenberg; Editor George Tomasini; Music George Duning

Crew

(Color) Widescreen. Extract of a review from 1963. Running time: 103 MIN.

With

Dean Martin Elizabeth Montgomery Martin Balsam Jill St John Carol Burnett Macha Meril
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