I'm Nobody's Sweetheart Now (1940)
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Tod Lowell (Dennis O'Keefe)),the quarterback of the Southern State football team has been dating Betty Gilbert (Constance Moore), a nightclub singer. But his mother, Mrs. Henry Lowell objects to her because his father, Senator Henry Lowell (Berton Churchill), is the leading candidate to become the governor of California, and it is believed far and wide that the governor of Claifornia should not be associated with anyone connected to show-business. Tod's mother thinks he should be dating Trudie Morgan (Helen Parrish), the daughter of a political influential politician from San Francisco.
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