Knowing that Ann's an actress, Leo Schneider, owner of Unifit Sleepwear for which Ann has been doing some modeling work, asks her to do what he considers an acting job. Last fashion season, his sleepwear designs were stolen by Al Taylor of Sleeptight Fashions, a rival sleepwear company. Schneider knows that Taylor sent a mole into his sewing area. So Schneider wants Ann to act as his mole into Sleeptight's sewing area to see if Taylor has once again stolen his designs. Ann is initially apprehensive about taking the job because of the possible risk to her safety if she is found out, but decides to do so, against Donald's better judgment, as she likes Mr. Schneider and doesn't want to see his business ruined by unscrupulous practices by his competitors. Ann, who treats this job like a spy, complete with an alias, has a few hurdles to overcome. First, she doesn't know how to sew. Second, she does look more like a model than a seamstress. And third, she may not be the most observant ... Written by
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