A female medical student I 1937 was expected to be a very decent and hardworking person - and indeed Ellen Klausen is - complete with tie and big glasses. And a bit in love with the handsome professor in anatomy too. But she earns money for her study as the wild and almost sexy jazz-club singer "Mille". The professor, bachelor off cause, meets "Mille", and believes that she is not Ellen, but Ellen's sister. Later the hardworking student gets yet another undercover job, as the very simpleminded and hardworking maid "Marie." What a surprise - the same professor meets Marie too, believing she must be a third sister... The complications are rather amusing, and the end won't surprise anyone. But the gem value in this oldtimer lies in the Marguerite Viby's wonderful triple role.
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