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Sweet comedy that can best be described as daffy. Ginger hadn't yet slipped into her grand lady mode and is a dizzy delight with an amazing wardrobe, the wedding dress with shimmering halo is something to behold! She's also at the peak of her personal beauty and looks stunning throughout, save one scene where she wears one of the ugliest hats ever.
Cornel Wilde was always an agile, agreeable comedian and matches well with Ginger, handling his dual role with aplomb.
Spring Byington and especially Percy Waram are delightful as the exasperated parents of the indecisive Miss Rogers.
A minor comedy but anyone who enjoyed The Major and the Minor will like this.
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