Perpetual-optimist "Dreamy" Smith aspires to quit his job as newspaper publicity drudge and sail the world. But life--and his editor--conspires against him. Not only does the car he intends using as the boat's downpayment roll into the bay, but his boss starts to claim "Dreamy's" better publicity ideas as his own. Written by
Chris Stone <firstname.lastname@example.org>
YOU KNOW HIM! Just another guy...until he met THE girl!
Did You Know?
Alan Hale, whose character name is a seafaring man named "Skipper", is the father of Alan Hale, Jr. Alan Hale, Jr., who greatly resembled his father in looks and personality, also played a similar character named "Skipper" in the 1960s TV show, "Gilligan's Island". See more
Dreamer's car that he drives with Skipper to quit his job in studio shots is not the same one shown rolling off the pier into the water. Note the differences in the windshield and convertible top. See more
Women are like cats - you feed them a little milk and they rub up against your leg and purr and then along comes a fellow with some cream and pfft, no more kitties.
Version of How Baxter Butted In
Written by James Pierpont
In the score at Christmas
Sung a cappella by Alan Hale
and Paul Hurst See more