Glenn Tryon is at his Bachelor's Dinner, attended only by a dozen of his girl friends, prior to marrying Connie Watts but Ma Watts has plans for Connie to marry playboy Billy Bevan, who is ...
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Glenn Tryon is at his Bachelor's Dinner, attended only by a dozen of his girl friends, prior to marrying Connie Watts but Ma Watts has plans for Connie to marry playboy Billy Bevan, who is unaware of Ma's intentions, as is Blondie who has plans of her own regarding Billy. The laughs here are only slightly less scarce than the chicken in the boarding house chicken-and-dumplings in "True Grit."Written by
Les Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Glenn seems to have 20 women who are more than willing to take Connie's place
This film begins with Glenn (Glenny Tryon) having his bachelor dinner with 20 beautiful ladies who adore him. Despite this, he is 100% devoted to his fiancee, Connie and only has eyes for her. However, he soon gets a phone call from Connie's godawful mother....telling Glenn the wedding is off and Connie is going to marry Billy (Billy Bevan). Why she prefers Billy, I have no idea...as he's an annoying jerk. Then, since he already paid for a honeymoon, he decides to take his 20 ladyfriends with him. What's next? See the film.
This is a cute little film...not super funny but enjoyable. Beva is quite nice...but why anyone would want their daughter to marry a man like him is beyond me!
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