Bob's plans to spend an afternoon with a poetry quoting beauty are ruined by a friend who insists he join his quest to photograph UFOs and a unattractive lady birdwatcher.

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Bob Collins (as Bob Cummings)
Rosemary DeCamp ...
Margaret MacDonald
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Charles Coburn
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Shirley Swanson
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Pamela Livingstone
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Bill Lear
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Bob's plans to spend an afternoon with a poetry quoting beauty are ruined by a friend who insists he join his quest to photograph UFOs and a unattractive lady birdwatcher.

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25 March 1958 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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[Discussing UFOs]
Bill Lear: Bob, I don't say there are saucers and I don't say there aren't. All I say is come along this afternoon and bring your camera.
Bob Collins: Oh? Come where, Bill?
Bill Lear: The Griffith Park Observatory. That's where the last sightings were made.
Bob Collins: [pointing to a woman on a chaise lounge] Let's face it, this is the only kind of heavenly body I photograph.
Bill Lear: That's because you want to be alone with a beautiful girl.
Bob Collins: That's right - I prefer a dish to a saucer.
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