Five years after his wife Ellen (Doris Day) disappears in a plane crash, lawyer Nick Arden (James Garner) declares her legally dead. He embarks on a new life by marrying wife number two Bianca and the newlyweds set off on honeymoon. On the same day Ellen, having been rescued from a desert island by the Navy, arrives back home to be told the news. She immediately heads for the happy couple's resort where things are about to get complicated.
Very much along the lines of a Brian Rix farce where you want to scream at the characters to say "Just tell her" and everything will be sorted one way or another. Acting was better than expected with James Garner showing some good comic timing and the judge inserting some light-heartedness into the story over the farce that has unfolded during the film. Doris Day is a better actress than others would have you believe and gets to sing, which is one of her fortes as an all-round entertainer