Ben Gregory is working on a story of a oil tycoon who is trying to cook up a big deal with a crooked financier. The story and the deal may fall apart because of the ditsy mistress' innocent interference.

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Ben Gregory
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Scottie
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Earl Patton
George Brenlin ...
Mike Champion
Tom Palmer ...
Al Brand
Paul Kent ...
Kane
Ray Kellogg ...
Carter
Doris Edwards ...
Betty
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Mickey (as Vic Lundin)
Jerry Riggio ...
Maitre D'
Rebecca Welles ...
Beverly Willis
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Paul Templin (credit only)
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Kathy Richards (credit only)
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Eric Jason (credit only)
Jay Lanin ...
Lt. Frank Roper (credit only)
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Ben Gregory is working on a story of a oil tycoon who is trying to cook up a big deal with a crooked financier. The story and the deal may fall apart because of the ditsy mistress' innocent interference.

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4 February 1962 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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[Earl disarms Al Brand and knocks him unconscious]
Ben Gregory: I guess you're gonna have to rewrite the end of that story.
Earl Patton: I know!
Ben Gregory: Wouldn't you know he'd carry a sissy-looking pistol like that?
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Follow The Mansfield
8 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Jayne stars in this excellent episode of Follow The Sun as Scottie, a beautiful woman who doesn't feel she's very smart and who is uncomfortable in high society. Scottie is the girlfriend of a wealthy boar, portrayed by Brian Keith. Scottie endures lots of verbal abuse from Keith until she meets reporter Barry Coe who introduces her to books and some of his friends. This episode is titled The Dumbest Blonde. It's actually a really sweet and endearing episode. It is pretty much a remake of the Judy Holiday classic Born Yesterday, and Jayne does a much better job than Melanie Griffith in the 1993 remake. Anyone who has ever questioned Jayne's acting ability should take a look at this particular performance and see that Jayne was fully capable of handling a dramatic part...and she does. The emphasis isn't on Jayne's great body or her fabulous chest but more her acting chops. She delivers and gives us a glimpse of what could have been had she been given her own television show.


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