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Anne Gwynne (Marion) and David Bruce (Richard) are a married couple who are separating. Through a series of misunderstandings, they both end up in the same hotel in Las Vegas. They want to get back together but don't want to let this on to each other. Situations develop to cause jealousies as Vivian Austin (Grace) is also on the Las Vegas scene. It's a comedy so all things end happily for everyone.
I watched this film with my wife as we were married in Las Vegas and that's the reason I bought the film. It is nothing like the Strip of today. It's a film that takes you along a path where everything that could possibly be misinterpreted turns out exactly that way. There are some funny moments and a tedious section but overall the film comes out alright and that is also thanks to some great songs and entertainment numbers.
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