Glamour artist Bob Randolph is world famous for his paintings of a stunning beauty dubbed "The Randolph Girl". What the world doesn't know is that his pin-up creation is really a composite of parts of the anatomy of 12 different models. In an effort to find one girl who possesses all the proper physical attributes, Randolph and PR man Chuck Donovan pursue Ruth Wilson, a beauteous schoolteacher who prefers to be admired for her brain rather than her curves. Ruth changes her tune, however, when a published photo of her in a swimsuit causes her to be fired by the uptight schoolboard. She sues for reinstatement and in the process learns that swimsuits and sex appeal do have a place in her world, after all.
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Filmed in mid-1948, and bearing a 1948 copyright statement on the opening credits, but not released until one year later, in mid-1949. See more
Ruth tells the class that Czechoslovakia is made up of "several interesting racial strains," and then asks "Mr Benerik" if he is "Croat or Slovak." "Croats" are from the former Yugoslavia (Serbo-Croatia). The former Czechoslovakia was comprised of Czechs and Slovaks. Furthermore, "Mr Benerik's" accent is so atrocious that, even if Ruth did not realize it, his classmate Mr Stravitch would realize it in seconds. See more
[Talking on a pay phone
She's in the Locker Room now getting dressed, I think. I'm watching for her now. Look, I'll have to hang up, there's some dame blocking my view.
References Gone with the Wind
I Only Have Eyes for You
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
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