Kisses For My President DVD
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This 1964 movie is a delight. Fred MacMurray plays the first Husband to the President. He can't seem to find his role. He is the first male in a female only job. He is befuddled, also uninterested in typical duties.
First, his wife (Polly Bergan) is not available for love-making. Second, he gets lost in the mansion. Third, an old acquaintance offers him a job that he is better suited, male cosmetics. Forth, his wife delegates a job for him, entertain an South American dictator.
He is Eli Wallach, a wild man because he knows he has diplomatic immunity. One, a wild racing car ride, scaring Fred. Two, a wide motor-boat ride, Fred decides to swim the Potomac than get back in the boat. Three, he follows the nut into a strip club. Eli solicits a pretty wife for a night, the husband shows up. Fred prevents a slug to Eli. His Secret Security rushes Fred out. The newspapers report the dictator spent the night with "Nana Peal" with Fred slugging. Polly blows up!
Meanwhile, the family is breaking up because Fred does not know how to monitor children. When the principal of the school gets an audience with Polly, she finds out her son has been bullying the entire school with his Secret Service.
Plus, their daughter is running with the worst boy in town. Simply, he is only boy who will ask for date.
Also, Fred is breaking his limit. Arlene Dahl dooped him about his job offer. She has no intention of letting him improve the products.
Also, watch Polly in the Oval Room. She is powerful. Yet, she is very nice about ugly decisions. Wow!
The end of mad escapades with end with Polly's decision. Please watch this, I think you will enjoy it as much as me! I loved this comedy.
Since 1964, this nation has changed a little bit. I think we will accept a woman president, provided the press doesn't find a stain in her past, unlike men.