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When a newspaper runs a scandalous story about debutante Connie Allenbury (Esther Williams), her powerful broker father threatens the paper's owner, Warren Haggerty (Keenan Wynn), with a massive lawsuit. Warren believes that, if he can prove Connie truly is a home-wrecker, as the article claims, he can file a countersuit against her. Warren then enlists his own fiancee (Lucille Ball) and reporter Bill Chandler (Van Johnson) to take part in a complex plan to turn the tables on the Allenburys.

Cast & Crew

Van Johnson
William Stevens "Bill" Chandler
Esther Williams
Connie Allenbury Chandler
Lucille Ball
Gladys Benton
Keenan Wynn
Warren Haggerty
Cecil Kellaway
J.B. Allenbury
Carlos Ramírez
Self
Ben Blue
Spike Dolan
June Lockhart
Barbara "Babs" Norvell
Grant Mitchell
Homer Henshaw
Josephine Whittell
Mrs. Burns Norvell
Paul Harvey
Curtis Farwood
Jonathan Hale
Hector Boswell
Sybil Merritt
Receptionist
Karin Booth
Clerk (uncredited)
Tom Dugan
Waiter (uncredited)
Harry Stradling Sr.
Cinematographer
Cedric Gibbons
Art Director
Hans Peters
Art Director
Jack Bonar
Set Decoration
Edwin B. Willis
Set Decoration
Johnny Green
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  • Aug 09, 2008
    sure, a lot of these mgm musical comedies are entertainment fluff and no doubt, but as results of the studio system they are, like sweets from a bakery, always rich, maybe not too smart, but loaded with flavor. and similarly because of the system, and the intense competition in it, the performers more often than not were adept at any number of disciplines. yesterday, august 8th, was ms. williams 87th birthday (congrats, ms. williams, and thanks for everything)! yep, still among the living, and this work from 1946 amply displays what a contribution to the culture one human being can make. helping her in between the obligatory swimming scenes is the underrated boy-next-door van johnson, more than able to hold his own in song, keenan wynn as the big, bad, ruthless newspaperman, and also mercurial lucille ball, ever deserving her redheaded fame, as the more-than-a-mouthful second banana.
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