Approved | | Comedy, Romance
Teddy Shaw, a bored New York office girl, goes to a camp in the Catskill Mountains for rest and finds Chick Kirkland.
This film flopped at the box office, resulting in a loss to RKO of $267,000 ($4.7M in 2018) according to studio records.
Maxine: They're just my impressions of the Camp.
Miriam: Listen, Maxine, there ain't no j in gorgeous. No kidding.
Maxine: Well, the people I'm sending them to won't know the difference anyway.
Miriam: See you later.
Maxine: So will I.
In the final dining room scene, Teddy refers to Emil multiple times as EE-mul, but Emil refers to himself as AY-mul. Both are accepted pronunciations of the name (though neither is consistent with its feminine counterpart, Emily), but a single pronunciation should have been agreed on for the film.