Featherweight diversion from MGM tries to fashion the airline-hostess business into a whirling, globe-trotting, romantic prospect for single young women who might gain from the experience the opportunity to land a man. It's a look back at a more naive, innocent age--or were we ever this innocent? Perhaps Hollywood was five or six years behind the times... In any event it's a terrible movie, adapted from Bernard Glemser's book "Girl on a Wind" yet with a screenplay so thin it might have been written on a notepad. Three stewardesses (Pamela Tiffin, Dolores Hart--not yet a nun--and Lois Nettleton) find love in the skies, but the results are tepid and brainless, another variation on "How to Marry A Millionaire". The men are still one step ahead of these spunky gals, but are willing to play along. Hard to imagine audiences of this generation looking at it with anything but disdain. *1/2 from ****
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