Brad Adams is the new manager of a manufacturing plant in a small New Hampshire town. He is brought in by owner Mrs. Doubleday to calm labor relations plus layoff employees. Brad manages to also find romance.
You'll say why don't they make more movies like this?
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Did You Know?
Producer Louis De Rochemont
cast Carleton Carpenter
in a supporting role, having given the young actor his original movie debut in Lost Boundaries
(1949). As in the previous film, de Rochemont also utilized Carpenter's songwriting talents. Carpenter wrote "Ev'ry Other Day" for the film which both he and Anne Francis
sing. The theme of the song can be heard throughout the picture's score. See more
Hey, Al... I, uh...
After the whistle blows, mister. I got no time to talk to the boss outside of hours.
Oh, Al, let's forget about what happened...
I ain't forgettin' nothin'. In this game, you pick sides early and play on your own team. Anybody who changes is a traitor.
Ev'ry Other Day
Words and music by Carleton Carpenter
Sung by Anne Francis
and Carleton Carpenter See more