When William Gridley arrives from the US in London, he rents part of Carly Hardwicke's house from her and promptly begins to fall in love. Gridley doesn't know that many people think she killed her husband but his boss, the American ambassador, knows and doesn't take this "lapse of judgment" lightly. Since Carly is also American, Gridley saves his job by introducing her to the ambassador, who is promptly smitten and promises to help her. So when a Scotland Yard detective arrives, wanting to get to the truth one way or another, they say they'll help him. And then the comedic complications really begin. Written by
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When this movie was shown on CBS' Thursday Night At The Movies in 1965, the reels were shown out of sequence. Nobody at the network noticed at first but at approximately 10:30 p.m. the movie suddenly stopped and an announcer's voice was heard apologizing for the mix up. CBS then showed the entire movie from the beginning and it finally ended at about 1 a.m. See more
William 'Bill' Gridley
I'm a democrat from New England - I have no prejudices.
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Referenced in Requiem for a Heavyweight
A Foggy Day (in London Town)
Music by George Gershwin
and lyrics by Ira Gershwin
instrumental theme of the score
half sings/half intones a line from that song : "And suddenly I saw you there..." and then hums the melody. See more