The dancing teacher Anastacia "Stacie" Macaboy (Dame Elizabeth Taylor) falls in love with the smart theatre agent Jud Parker (Larry Parks). He likes her, too, but does not want to give up ...
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The dancing teacher Anastacia "Stacie" Macaboy (Dame Elizabeth Taylor) falls in love with the smart theatre agent Jud Parker (Larry Parks). He likes her, too, but does not want to give up his solo life at all. Thus she plans a trap for him.Written by
In the opening wide establishing shot of the Hotel Astor, the entire ground floor is boarded up for remodeling and the front entrance is blocked off. However, in the next shot, Jud walks out the front door, which is now fully remodeled, and none of the ground level is boarded up. See more »
On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe
Music by Harry Warren
Played on the piano at the dance school See more »
Stanley Dornen directed this cute love story about a dancing teacher (wow Taylor really is gorgeous here) and she goes to New York for a convention but gets sidetracked into her first love affair with Larry Parks, who really doesn't want to give up his solo life. Things change at the dancing school where people talk about it like a big scandal as she is so much younger than he. But with all the waiting and shenanigans they finally end up in eachother's arms after a false wedding announcement. The story is cute, the dancing is terrific, and acting is superb, and even a Giant Baseball player, George Metkovich is in it. Larry Parks was the Giant fan.
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