Three people take a mountain hike together. Their relationships are explored in a comedy-drama that presents questions about life, evolution, synchronicity and dreams.
Squire Skimp has a new plan to swindle the people of Pine Ridge. However, Lum has something more important on his mind. He has to tell a young engaged couple on the verge of breaking up the story of how the Jot ’em Down store first started (through flashbacks). Based on characters from the popular “Lum and Abner” radio program of the time.
A “Sixties Generation” comedy about an offbeat father-son relationship. Dad runs a Las Vegas hotel-casino and his son is a college student with a different set of moral and ethical standards. When they meet in Vegas, they immediately clash in their efforts to understand one another.
Afraid of marriage, Simone breaks off her long term engagement with her fiancé Paul de Lille. Paul heads to the top of The Eiffel Tower with thoughts of suicide. In another part of Paris and also afraid of marriage, Mignon breaks it off from her young lover. Despairing, Mignon also climbs to the top of The Eiffel Tower intending to leap to her death. There she meets Paul and the two compare stories. After discussion, Paul dissuades her from leaping and the two conspire to make their respective partners jealous by pretending to have an affair with each other.
Two distant cousins meet for the first time at a wedding banquet for an elderly couple. They both decide that they should see more of each other, and over time, a friendship develops. However, their respective spouses begin to think that more than a friendship is blooming, and as more and more people being to think so as well, the idea starts to become appealing to them.
Spud Miller hopes to save his struggling radio station by winning a broadcast competition, with the help of the Radio Eye, an invention that can display live events from anywhere in the world.
Conductor Claude Eastman marries Daniella, a younger woman. When Claude goes on tour, his buddy Norman misunderstands his request to make sure Daniella stays faithful and hires private eye Jess Keller to tail her. Returning to New York City, Claude receives a report from Jess that Daniella has been spending a suspicious amount of time with violinist Maxmilian Stein and grows murderously jealous.
Summer Love is a sequel to 1957’s Rock Pretty Baby, with John Saxon repeating his role as aspiring musician Jim Daley. When his band is hired to perform at a summer resort, Jim falls in love with two girls: sweet Joan Wright (Judy Meredith) and not-so-sweet Erica Landis (Jill St. John). Meanwhile, Jim’s buddy Mike (John Wilder) woos the band’s pert vocalist Alice (Molly Bee).