1979-1980

CHAMPAGNE COMPLEX by Leslie Stevens

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. 





                         

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