By A.R. Alan
Lillian, a stunning 35-year-old redhead, suburban housewife, and well known klutz, is the final to understand that her marriage is over. Her husband, Fred, is a skirt-chasing tyrant, and Lillian—who is bored to tears tending her domestic and family—gets herself a task on the small legislation enterprise of Galluchi, Galluchi, and Schwartz.
This determination starts off Lillian off at the highway from one madcap experience to another.
Like the time she joins a consumer to debate company over dinner, basically to be plied with a meal that is soaking wet in wine and liquor, then lured as much as his inn room. On one other night, Lillian is speeding out of the Waldorf Astoria resort in the course of a fireplace alarm, donning not anything greater than a towel. If it is not liquor or fires, we see Lillian leaping out of an exploding yacht into the cold Hudson River. As Lillian's klutziness retains getting her into one mess after one other, she eventually involves the belief that there is extra to existence than an unsatisfied marriage, and extra to residing than the line-up of Tuesday and Friday rubbish cans, or males with one-track minds and third-rate jobs.
Lillian is eventually off at the quick tune, to a existence that is totally her own.