Trudy innocently believes she gets whatever she wishes, and she involves several friends in her wish to be married. No one has ever seen her betrothed, and they speculate that the husband-to-be may be just a wish.

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Trudy innocently believes she gets whatever she wishes, and she involves several friends in her wish to be married. No one has ever seen her betrothed, and they speculate that the husband-to-be may be just a wish.

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26 May 1955 (USA)  »

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Aside from being really, really dumb and poorly cast, it's not completely awful!
18 February 2016 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is one of the poorest episodes of "Four Star Playhouse" I have seen--and I have seen and reviewed most of the episodes. The writing and casting of one of the actors are just terrible...and Joan Fontaine clearly seems like an addle-brained idiot in this one.

When the show begins, Trudy (Fontaine) is running about late at night trying to create an impromptu wedding for some man who may or may not exist! This is because again and again, this super-flaky lady closes her eyes and HOPES and expect whatever she hopes for to happen. Had she been 4 years-old, this might have made sense! After a while, more and more of her hastily assembled friends come to believe this is all some crazy delusion--and her actions do nothing but reinforce this.

Casting an obviously Non-Chinese man to play a Chinese man is a HUGE problem with this one. Mr. Yen seems about as Chinese as tacos and Weiner Schnitzel!!! Additionally, the script is just bad and made me cringe throughout. In many of my reviews of "Four Star Playhouse" shows I mention where you can download them for free...but with this one, I'll just keep that to myself!


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