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Betty thinks she loves Stacey, but when their elopement is foiled by her father she realizes that is was Terry she was really meant for. This is bad news for her sister Mary Jane, who also loves Terry... Written by
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This is a film with some witty dialog and good songs that make this very interesting to watch. This is the story of a controlling father who thrusts a bashful suitor Terry Clayton (Alexander Gray) onto his daughter Betty Braley (Bernice Clare) when she is interested in Steve Alden (Lawrence Gray). Terry hatches a plan to win back Betty with the help her sister Mary Jane who advises him to make Betty jealous by making romance with another woman. The trick works. When Betty's father banishes Alden from coming into the house, he comes to elope with Betty but Terry intervenes and carries her off for himself. John Frances directed this film and it was written by James Starr, which was based on a Broadway musical. There are some good songs that are worth listening to; "Have a little faith in me," "Crying for the Carolines." "What's the biog idea," and "Bad baby?"
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