Madcap debutante Melsa Manton finds a body in a deserted house. Of course, the police don't believe her. Stung by Peter Ames's front page editorial decrying her "prank," Melsa enlists seven fellow debs to help her investigate. The wisecracking young ladies proceed to run circles around the police, the suspects, and the press. Written by
Rod Crawford <email@example.com>
Did You Know?
The first of three screen teamings of Henry Fonda and Barbara Stanwyck. All were comedies. See more
When Melsa first calls the police at the beginning of the movie. The police cars are rushing to the Lane mansion. As they pass "Jones Drug Co" and "Barber Shop" the signs are backwards (mirror images). See more
Helen, you search the upstairs.
Oh, no! I was never much of an individualist. If the upstairs has to be searched, we'll search it together.
Why, that's communism!
During the opening credits, a flashlight lights up each page of credits. See more
References Having Wonderful Time
Home on the Range
Music by Daniel E. Kelley
Lyrics by Brewster M. Higley
(as Brewster 'Bruce' Higley) (1873)
Sung a cappella by James Burke See more