In a loose remake of Preston Sturges' classic The Miracle Of Morgan Creek, goofy TV repairman, Clayton Poole (Jerry Lewis) becomes an unexpected father of three infant girls. The girls are the children of his childhood sweetheart, now a famous actress, Carla Naples (Marilyn Maxwell). She must temporarily give up the children to protect her career and star in a major Hollywood production. It's triple the hijinks, triple the fun and triple the laughs! Whether it's changing the diapers, warming the bottles or singing off-key lullabies, this in-over-his-head nanny will have you laughing 'til it hurts. The song "Dormi-Dormi-Dormi" performed by Jerry and Salvatore Baccalone, as a duet is one of the most beautiful and touching pieces of music any film has ever produced. Both Connie Stevens and Jerry's son Gary (of Gary Lewis and the Playboys fame) made their feature film debuts. This was the third (of eight) collaboration between Jerry and director Frank Tashlin (The Geisha Boy).