With a war on and most men being drafted, Howard Oil Supply Company has no salesmen left. So daughter Jean hits the road and does not make one sale. She finally gets one tentative sale with the Black Hills Oil Co., but Earl wants dinner with her. With the shortage of housing due to the war, Jean needs a military husband to get a place to stay in Clayfield, which is next to Camp Clay. She gets Lt. Mallory to act as her husband just to register. Then things go wrong as his commanding officer is there and believes them to be married. It gets worse as Don's mother shows up and then Jean's father. Written by
Tony Fontana <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
"The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast a 30 minute radio adaptation of the movie on Monday, December 31st, 1945 with Ida Lupino
reprising her film role. See more
Near the end of the film as Don starts to go after Jean, as the camera tracks him, its moving shadow falls across the back of someone standing in the foreground. See more
Lucille, Colonial Auto Court Porter
Like I always said, nothin' like a wedding to bring two married people together! Huh huh!
How Many Hearts Have You Broken (With Those Great Big Beautiful Eyes)
Music by Al Kaufman
Played when Jean and Slim dance at the Tavern See more