College graduate Claire McIntyre plans to conquer the business world, while her dropout boyfriend Johnny takes his swing band to Paris. Eventually, Claire catches the eye (in more ways than one) of ad executive Robert Clayton. Between her ability and her legs, she soon rises in the hierarchy. But the unexpected return of Johnny brings on an era of romantic misunderstandings. Will Clayton on one side and an obliging blonde on the other succeed in parting Claire and Johnny? Written by
Rod Crawford <email@example.com>
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Claire 'Mac' McIntyre
Honestly, Johnny, you're only good for two things: making music and making love.
Featured in Complicated Women
Music by Bert Williams
Lyrics by Chris Smith
and Jim Burris
Performed by Frank Albertson
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