Alice Bond is under a lot of pressure from her parents to marry Marshall Winkler, an arrogant blowhard whose only positive quality is his money. Alice really cares for Michael Stevens, an incredibly charming but utterly unambitious ne'er-do-well. Even Alice realizes that there's no future for a man who is content to sponge off his wealthy uncle instead of working. Michael convinces Alice's parents to let him marry her if he can get the job he intends to pursue. The catch is that the job is that of mayor, and to get it, he must run against the formidable political machine of the incumbent Mayor Loomis.
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Did You Know?
This film's earliest documented telecast took place in Tucson Monday 22 October 1956 on KDWI (Channel 9); it first aired in Bloomington IN Tuesday 11 December 1956 on WTTV (Channel 4), in Salt Lake City Tuesday 18 December 1956 on KUTV (Channel 2), in Albuquerque Saturday 22 December 1956 on KOAT (Channel 7), in San Francisco Thursday 7 February 1957 on KPIX (Channel 5), and in Boston Sunday 10 February 1957 on WBZ (Channel 4). See more
Eavesdroppers never hear any good about themselves.
Version of Brides Are Like That
The Kiss Waltz
Music by Joseph A. Burke
Played as dance music at the party See more