| Animation, Comedy, Musical
The U.S. Ambassador's (Walter Pidgeon) daughter falls for a Mexican pianist (Jose Iturbi) old enough to be her grandfather.
This was Jane Powell's first film for MGM.
Mr Iturbi, you had lot of experience with women, isn't it?
José Iturbi: Well... yes.
Stanley Owen: What's the answer ?
José Iturbi: When I don't know what to do, I play the Piano
Stanley Owen: But... I don't know how to play Piano.
José Iturbi: Tch Tch... my boy, you are in trouble.
After her party, Christine and her father are talking in her room. There is a close-up of the drawing of her father. In later shots, it is a different picture. The face in the picture is at a different angle.
"Why So Gloomy?", a musical number featuring Jane Powell and a Chinese boy, was cut from the film. It is included in the "Musical Jukebox" feature of the 2004 That's Entertainment! DVD box set.