Illegal immigrant and showgirl Johnny Jones is due to be deported from the USA, her only hope is to get married, but her rich publisher boyfriend Barton Kendrick is already married! She meets down-on-his-luck author, Bill Smith, and proposes a marriage of convenience in order to remain in the country, but Bill has more ambitious ideas. Written by
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"The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast a 30 minute radio adaptation of the movie on August 2, 1943 with Hedy Lamarr reprising her film role. See more »
When Bill exits the garage with his new car, the feet of the camera crew can be seen reflected on the car. See more »
Well what are we going to do?
We are going to take what's left to us. Why we haven't even a minute to waste on being sad. Come on. Let's hurry.
Well where should we go?
Oh I don't care. Just so there are people and music and we can be gay.
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wonderful, romantic movie - a must for your collection
This is a wonderful Jimmy Stewart and Hedy Lamarr movie. Very romantic and sentimental. Jimmy Stewart's grandma in the movie is priceless. A must for your collection - not available to buy; however, sometimes comes on American Movie Classics. I have had a recording of it for years. It's one of my favorites.
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