| Comedy, Crime, Romance
Gentle romantic comedy about a Secret Service Agent trying to catch a cold case counterfeiter and a United Nations translator.
The Oscar-winning 1946 song "Mam'selle," which is heard as Lancaster and McGuire enter the nightclub , was written by "Mr. 880" director Edmund Goulding for his film version pf "The Razor's Edge" three years earlier.
Someone once said that a task left undone creates a void that no amount of achievement can fill.
Steve Buchanan: Who's the imbecile who dreamed that one up?
Ann Winslow: I am.
Opening credits appear on dollar bills.
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