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Give this movie a break. It is a cute funny little film. Betsy Drake's character is looking for the perfect husband. Can't you tell by the title, "Every girl should be married"!
I was just watching "My Man Godfrey" last night and Carole Lombard was chasing after William Powell like a loon, because she wanted him. She loved him. It's the same with the girl in this movie. She isn't stalking him to kill or hurt him, but because she is in love with him. She wants to marry him. If you thought you could get a man like Cary Grant, wouldn't YOU try?? (If you fancied him of course)
I like this movie and Betsy Drake. I think she is sweet and pretty. So leave her alone and pick on the ones that wrote the script!!
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