About an Army reserve officer who gets involved with an amorous heiress. Robert Montgomery, Ann Blyth. Mrs. Laing: Jane Cowl. Judge: Don Beddoe. Mamie: Lillian Randolph. Burke: John Ridgely. Kalzac: Steven Geray. Head: Roland Winters. Grasser: Maurice Cass. Herman: Charles McGraw. Played for laughs by an expert cast. Directed by Robert Montgomery.
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1949 - Oscar - Best Achievement in Sound Recording- nominated
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