The Ladies Man is Charles Morey’s loose adaptation of Georges Feydeau’s bedroom farce. In the play, Dr. Molineaux is impotent, but his wife thinks his lack of performance must be due to his infidelity. The doctor, recently married to his beautiful, young wife, Yvonne, cannot admit his problem, however, and lies about it, arousing her suspicions further. The problem is exacerbated by a cast of characters completely uninterested in anything except their own selfish maneuverings. In the end, all misunderstandings are straightened out and the doctor and his wife are happy.