A lovely young girl who works on a magazine in New York is engaged to a serious and pompous young business executive. He adores her in his fashion, but has a ragtag time smoothing relations between the carefree girl and his stuffy family especially after that night at a champagne reception when she started to disrobe. Now he must be eternally vigilant to prevent any further embarrassing strips. He calls on his uncle, a psychiatrist, for assistance. It seems that, deep down inside, the girl does not love her stuffy fiance; hence her champagne complex. With Donald Cook in the role of the psychiatrist, it's easy to see why the girl finally settled for his bedside manner.
"It shimmers and is cheerful." - N.Y. Daily News.
"The dialogue is bright [and] funny." - N.Y. Times.