Texas heiress Mary 'Mame' Carson strikes oil twice in one day, and her wealth scares away her fiance; so she decides to take a boat trip incognito to Paris and snare a husband using only her own abundant natural charms. To this end, she switches identities with model Myrtle Brown, and sets sail with her bosom pal Annie...and French revue star Pierre DuQuesne, who has been hired to keep a watchful eye on "Mary Carson" a perfect setup for Musical Comedy Misunderstandings. Written by
Rod Crawford <email@example.com>
Songs as gay as Champagne.
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Did You Know?
The film's female star was never in doubt, but it took a while to come up with a leading man. One early idea was Peter Finch
, who was then under contract to Paramount. When Finch heard that this was a possibility, he sped back to England. See more
Featured in Hollywood Uncensored
Music by Josef Myrow
Lyrics by Ralph Blane
and Robert Wells
Performed by showgirls and Billy Daniel See more