Passed | | Comedy, Romance
A brash, pushy young man gets a job in a bank and sets his cap for his boss's secretary, but the death of his father makes him reassess his priorities.
This was one of the more than 700 titles included in the MGM feature film package released to television in late 1956. Because of its age, telecasts were few and far between, but determined viewers were rewarded with its broadcasts in San Francisco Tuesday 16 December 1958 on KGO-TV (Channel 7) followed by Philadelphia Sunday 25 January 1959 on WFIL (Channel 6). It's now more accessible in the Turner Classic Movies library, and receives an occasional airing, most recently Tuesday 14 June 2016 as part of their tribute to their Star of the Month, Marie Dressler.
Oh, ho - what's taking? And I used to blow your nose for yuh when you had more sense than you got now... and you didn't have much then.
The film begins in broad daylight, then just after the car avoids being hit by the train at the railroad crossing, the car is in a minor fender-bender with a tree which appears to take place at night, then in the next scene when the car pulls up in front of the house, it's daylight again.