In an obvious nod to Rock Hudson, Guy Stone (Letscher), a gay 1950s movie star,
agrees to wed the studio's irritatingly ditsy secretary (Preston), who's not
savvy enough to realize that the speedy marriage is a hoax. When Guy starts
working in a dumbed-down screen adaptation of a novel about labor unions, the
book's author, socially conscious beefcake Rick Foster (Greer), becomes an
unlikely love interest for the superficial cad. Richard Day's McCarthy-era
satire clumsily alternates between campy frivolity and weighty subtext.