Sex and the Other Woman

Synopsis: Five vignettes about married men and the other woman. What leads to affairs, and what happens after discovery? Henpecked Harry may be caught in flagrante delicto. The wife of a young accountant must decide what to do after she finds evidence of her husband's office affair. A gold digger schemes for her wealthy lover's divorce. A gentleman is seduced by his daughter's school chum while she's a guest at his house. And, a wife gets a poison pen letter from a nosy neighbor tipping her off to her husband's affair with her good friend. What should she do? The men do the chasing, the women set the terms.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
80 min













Cripes! It's old lady Rowe!

Come on.


- Holland?

- Holland!

- Keep watch.


It's okay. Go ahead.

Cripe's sake! Hurry up!


- Aha! I finally caught you, Holland Perry!

- I'm Niles!

I don't care if you're Franklin

Delano Roosevelt, the dirty Democrat!

- You stay out of my piccalilli farrago!


Let me go! Let me go!

No sass, boy. No sass!

You're gonna go in there

and clean up that mess. Hear me?



Rats! Rats! Rats!


Hundreds of rats! My God!

We'll all be down

with bubonic plague!

Holland Perry, I'm going to

tell your father on you!

Set your foot on my farm, Holland Perry,

and I'll do more than take my rug beater to ya!

Do you hear?

I'm going to tell your father on you!

Geez, someone oughta

tell her Father's dead.

Let's go. Apple cellar!

Wait! Cousin Piggy's out there.

Hey, Winnie! There's Niles!


Niles! Niles Perry,!

You know your grandmother doesn't want

you boys playing in that barn!

Niles, do you hear me?

You'll miss lunch.

Get on up here right now.


Niles, files, run 20 miles!

Tee-legged, tie-legged,

bow-legged Niles!

Little pitchers has got big lips.

- Where you been?

- [NILES] Around.


- Hi, Uncle George.

What say, skipper?

Great day for the race, isn't it?

- What race?

- [CHUCKLING] The human race!

What's got into Mrs. Rowe?

I never heard

such a caterwaulin'.

Thank God I don't have to work

for that crazy old thing.

There's one of

my sunshine boys now.

Hi, Aunt Vee.

Why don't you boys set up the card table

in the parlor, where it's cool...

and play mah-jongg?

Christ, Valeria,

kids don't wanna play mah-jongg.

It's summertime.

They wanna go ride old lady Rowe's cow.

Or is that udder nonsense?

- Yowsah, yowsah!

- Oh! George!

Russell, you'd better go hose off...

or you're gonna catch flies.

- Hey, Rider!


Toonerville Trolley's leaving!

Niles, go tell that brother-in-law of yours

to get out here.

- We're both gonna get fired.

- Yowsah!

Yowsah! Yowsah!

Yowsah! Yowsah!

Yowsah! Yowsah!

Hi, Rider.

Hi, Sis.


Hey, kiddo.

Eat! I swear, you kids must think

I'm runnin' a restaurant around here.

- What's playing at the movies?

- Bet we saw it.

I'll bet we didn't.

We saw it- Naughty Marietta

and Murder in the Blue Room.

- [UNCLE GEORGE] Come on, Rider!

- Comin'!

You take care

of the son and heir.

It's not gonna be a boy.

It's gonna be a girl. I told ya!

I know you told me,

but you don't say how you know.

He knows. Last year, on Mother's birthday,

he predicted a storm.

- And what did we get?

- Hail!

Hail Columbia is what somebody's gonna get

if they don't eat.


- Rider!

- Oh, honey, bring home some sarsaparilla.

- I have a craving.

- God. Pregnant women.

Can I tune in?


Yowsah. It's gonna be a girl.

You witch.


What's in the oven?

Ah! Them is

your grandmother's surprise.



Alexandra is ready for lunch.

Yes, ma'am. I know.

Let me take it up.

You're gonna have to sit

with Mrs. Alexander.

Make her eat.

Otherwise she won't touch a thing.

Niles, put the paper

under my arm.


That'll only upset her.

- Tell Mother I'll read to her later.

- All right.

Ouch! Oh!

Did ya eat?

Did ya eat?



Holland. You in here?

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