A record album of songs from the film was released on the Cosmo Records label in July 1946. Pat Kirkwood was backed by the George Stoll Orchestra on "All The Time," "Isn't Love Wonderful," "Listen To Me" and "Love On A Greyhound Bus" on the 78 rpm album (DMR-102). See more »
British star Pat Kirkwood is a delight in her only Hollywood film. A simple plot is diluted by sticking in opportunities for a half dozen other talents to do bits which are then diminished by cutting away to others chatting! Cugat and Marina Koshetz are wasted. Ms. Kirkwood says that on the first day of shooting, Van Johnson greeted her congenially and told her, "This picture is going to be a real stinker, so we might as well have a few laughs and forget it." Actually, the film is rather fun if you accept it as a light-weight, and Kirkwood's bouncy song "Love on a Greyhound Bus" is worth the price of admission. (Singer-dancer Van Johnson neither sings nor dances!)
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