While waiting in line to dispute a traffic ticket, Ann meets Roddy Waxman who is also in line to deal with his traffic infraction. Although she knows it is a pick-up line (since he says it isn't one), Ann decides to be the good Samaritan and help Roddy, whose drivers license is suspended and needs someone to drive him and his car home, when she learns that that car is a Rolls Royce. Wealthy Roddy is tenacious in his pursuit of Ann, some of which she can't avoid, while other instances she can. Donald isn't jealous until he learns that Ann isn't sure if she will say no to any of Roddy's continual requests for dates. Donald's case is not helped when he finds out that Roddy has theater connections and accuses Ann of having an ulterior motive in perhaps wanting to date him. But after Donald figures he still wants Ann as his girlfriend, he fights in the only way he thinks he can win, and that is by being like Roddy in lavishing Ann with monetary acts of affection. In the end, Ann will have ... Written by
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The title is based on the 19th English counting rhyme: Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor, Rich Man, Poor Man, Beggar Man, Thief. See more