Ann believes that she is both perfect and a shoo-in for the part when she reads that famed Broadway producer Harold J. Davis is looking for a fresh faced unknown to star in his next production. Her feeling is strengthened when she further learns that Donald once interviewed him. Donald refuses to give Davis a call on her behalf, since he believes Davis would resent a call from someone he doesn't remember and thus resent the person of whom the call is being made on behalf. Ann is angry at Don for not helping her. Knowing that Davis pulls publicity stunt after publicity stunt to advertise his shows, Ann tries every crazy stunt she can think of to impress her face on Davis' psyche, she ending up making little impression. As Ann seems to be making little headway, Don, without telling her, telephones Davis' office on her behalf. What Don learns from that call makes him try to stop Ann from making a fool of herself via the biggest and most expensive stunt to date. Written by
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I hate to be the one to tell you this, but you really don't have to pretend to be an unknown. You are an unknown, agent and all. If I didn't know you, I wouldn't know you.
Lyrics by Sam Denoff
Music by Earle Hagen
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