Approved | | Comedy, Musical, Romance
In turn-of-the century America, Andrew and Veronica are co-workers in a music shop who dislike one another during business hours but unwittingly carry on an anonymous romance through the mail.
The street of Victorian era houses on which Van Johnson and Buster Keaton go bike riding near the beginning of this film was originally built as "Kensington Avenue," where Judy Garland and her family lived in the 1944 M-G-M hit Meet Me in St. Louis.
Meet me in dreamland, Sweet, dreamy dreamland, There let my dreams come true. Meet me tonight in dreamland...
When singing "Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland", Veronica lifts the harp several times. Sometimes the bottom of the harp is plain wood, but sometimes it is covered with green felt.