Biff Grimes is pugnacious but likable young man during the Gay 90's living with his ne'er-do-well father, noted for their scrappy personalities and quick tempers. Like every other young man in town, Biff has a crush on gorgeous and flirtatious 'strawberry blonde' Virginia Brush, who gets catcalls every time she walks past the all-male clientèle of the neighborhood barber shop. Biff is joined in his admiration by his friends, Nick Pappalis, an immigrant Greek barber, and Hugo Barnsfeld, an unscrupulously ambitious young man who doesn't let anything stand in the way of what he wants, including Virginia. Utilizing both fair means and foul Hugo sweeps Vrginia off her feet and frames Biff as the fall guy in a political graft schemee. However, every dog has his day, and eight years later Biff stands poised to take his revenge.
Did You Know?
The Lux Radio Theatre produced a version of "One Sunday Afternoon" on August 24, 1936 on CBS with Jack Oakie as Biff. See more
When Alan Hale gets thrown out of the saloon, we can clearly see his abundant white and gray hair. However the stuntman lands on the ground by the pole, his hair is dark. See more
[waiting to meet their dates
Now listen. We won't say a word to them. Just let them pass. Oh, of course, if they say something, we'll say something.
And if they don't say anything, we won't say anything.
No, just drop your eyes.
Drop my eyes?
Yes. That'll show them we're good girls and they can't trifle with us.
Well for goodness sakes what did we come here for if not to be trifled with?
Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis
Music by Kerry Mills
Lyrics by Andrew B. Sterling
Sung by George Reeves
, Lucile Fairbanks
and others See more