Extremely proud, Michael Martin made fashion model Carolyn quit her job, after their marriage. Carolyn quickly, quietly and secretly did get another job, when she realizes Michael cannot successfully make their financial ends meet, alone.
Carolyn and Michael fall in love and decide to marry. However, Michael insists that Carolyn quit her job. She immediately realizes that he cannot make financial ends meet on their salary alone, so she gets another job & tries keeping it a secret, from him.Written by
Daniel Bubbeo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This film did well at the box office, earning RKO a profit of $164,000 ($2.9M in 2017) according to studio records. See more »
Michael tells the cab driver to take him to Pier 48, North River (i.e. Hudson River). However, when Carolyn, Hugh, Paul and Mattie arrive, there is a large sign indicating it's Pier 21. See more »
[seeing Carolyn crying right after the wedding]
She's starting early. You usually don't get tears until after the honeymoon.
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Auld Lang Syne
Traditional Scottish song
Sung at New Year's Eve party See more »
Interesting but, ultimately, forgettable
Comparing this film to THE PALM BEACH STORY is an exercise in ignorance. It's OK, but lacking in wit and spark. If anything, it's yet another example of how films of this era shot down women who had hopes of making something of their lives. For that, it is perhaps worth seeing. If you're looking for a sparkling, witty comedy, move on. Fans of Stanwyck will find her at her best, as always...but Gene Reynolds, as always, brings things to a crashing halt. Helen Broderick is at her wise-cracking best, but it's not really good enough to save what is basically a formulaic, Depression-era comedy...one with an all-too-familiar ending. Ho-hum, and all that.
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