A girl from Syracuse goes to New York to see her boyfriend, successful architect who no longer cares for her. Fellow residents at a women's hotel encourage her to become a top model. When boyfriend tries to come back to her he has rivals.
Reporter Dan Collins tries to expose a crooked gambling ring, but is waylaid by Geraldine Sloane, a feisty young heiress who feels Collins has insulted her. To get revenge for the insult, ... See full summary »
Bruce Blakely, a meek, mild-mannered certified public accountant, finally gets fed up with his money-grubbing family sponging off of him, and decides to partake of a different side and slice of life. A blonde secretary helps guide him.
Piffle about a carny girl who pretends to be Norwegian in order to win a movie contract, and falls in love with her director. Not much, but at slightly over an hour it certainly doesn't wear out its welcome, and that hour includes several renditions of the altogether lovely Arlen-Koehler title song. The other asset: Ann Sothern, getting her first real movie chance to flaunt her comedic talents. She's pretty and ebullient, and her natural high spirits offset her co-star's smarminess. Tala Birell is also fun as a screaming diva, and Gregory Ratoff does a very early warmup of his "All About Eve" role. A very pleasant way to kill 67 minutes.
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