New York: Samuel French Inc., 1976. 58p. + backlist, 5x7.25 inches, good acting edition reprint in stapled red wraps.
Not in any way a first of this script which was produced in Czechoslovakia in 1968 and first translated to English and published in hardcover and paperback in 1972 by Jonathan Cape. Samuel French playscripts were mass-produced as needed for production. However an early printing of the script in the US. From the Samuel French site: "This classic farce done in thirty scenes with no chronological sequence concerns a doctor of philosophy who has a wife, a mistress, and a secretary whose beautiful legs make it difficult for him to concentrate when she is taking dictation."