Ann is approached by an Englishman in an automat, he who professes to be an out-of-town photographer who wants to take photographs of her in his hotel room. She flatly turns him down and threatens to call the police if he approaches her again. But Ann has a change of heart about the stranger when she learns from Donald that he is world renowned fashion photographer Noel Prince. She does manage to track him down. During the shooting sessions, Ann finds that Noel's way of doing business can be construed by the untrained eye as one of romancing his models during the photo shoots themselves. Ann believes it's just a facade and his way of getting the best out of his models. Donald too isn't worried as he trusts Ann and trusts Noel, who he has heard is a true professional in his work. Mr. Marie isn't so sure. But when Noel asks Ann to accompany him and two other models for a photo shoot in southern California, Donald may have a different opinion of Noel, especially considering Noel's ... Written by
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In the closing minutes we see Ann boarding a helicopter atop the Pan Am building--this helicopter shuttle service from midtown Manhattan to JFK airport was in operation from 1965 to 1968, and again briefly in 1977; the Pan Am building was completed in 1963 and was rebranded as the MetLife building in 1993. See more
Referenced in That Girl: He and She and He