Dodie dreams of marrying a millionaire so that she can live 'the life'. Buzz, her boyfriend, however is not rich as he is a salesman for a housing development. He proposes and Dodie accepts...
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Biography of songwriter, Broadway pioneer, Jerome Kern. Unable to find immediate success in the USA, Kern sought recognition abroad. He journeyed to England where his dreams of success became real and where he met his future wife Eva.
Rich kid Danny Churchill (Rooney) has a taste for wine, women and song, but not for higher education. So his father ships him to an all-male college out West where there's not supposed to ... See full summary »
Dodie dreams of marrying a millionaire so that she can live 'the life'. Buzz, her boyfriend, however is not rich as he is a salesman for a housing development. He proposes and Dodie accepts. Dodie next meets Pete, who she thinks is rich, but she soon finds out that he is just a boat mechanic. They have fun on their date and Pete proposes and Dodie accepts. Then Dodie meets Neil Patterson who is rich. They go to Mexico on his yacht and have fun on their date. Neil proposes and Dodie accepts. Now she has to choose.Written by
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I saw this film last night on the TCM network and it was really strange. There was a rather un politically correct dance sequence that involved Native Americans (well actually not native Americans) and Cliff Robertson appeared as a "Chief" who appears to be smoking something rather strong in his peace pipe as he passes out a few times during the number. There is also another scene in which the rich guy drives Jane Powell home from Tijuana in a taxi with the cab driver in the back seat and the rich guy is drunk as a lord, yikes what would MADD have to say about that! Overall the musical score was weak but there was an interesting dance number on a flooded stage that was shall we say unique. I'm not quite sure I would recommend this film unless the watcher had some of that stuff that Cliff Robertson had in that pipe in the Indian number but hey it is a surreal film who knows you might like it.
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