Janie is a scatter-brained and high spirited teenage girl living in the small town of Hortonville. World War II causes the establishment of an army camp just outside town. Janie and her bobby soxer friends have their hearts set aflutter by the prospect of so many young soldiers residing nearby. Which fella will they choose? But if Janie's family has a say in the matter...
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Did You Know?
At the beginning of the film the Conway house has a vegetable garden covering the entire front lawn. During WWII these were called "Victory Gardens" as people were encouraged by the government to be more self-sufficient, and was also in this case a prominent sign of patriotism. See more
When Janie and her boyfriend appear on the cover of Life magazine in mid-smooch, her family has to skim contents before understanding why she is the cover girl (a feature on teenage make-out "blanket parties"). In reality, Life covers of this era always contained a few words of copy to explain nature of story depicted. See more
Followed by Janie Gets Married
Don't Give Up the Ship
Music by Harry Warren
Played when the sailor walks into the party See more