Cinema: Jane in Plain Wrapper

Sunday in New York is another brightly salacious Hollywood comedy about the way of a man with a maid who just may. "This motion picture," leers an announcement flashed on the screen as a teaser, "is dedicated to the proposition that every girl gets . . . sooner or later." As usual, winking wickedness turns out to be mostly eyewash, but the plot—more to be pitied than censored—gets a buoyant lift from Stars Jane Fonda, Cliff Robertson and Rod Taylor. All three abandon themselves to the film version of Norman Krasna's trite Broadway farce with disarming faith, as though one more...

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