Not Rated | | Comedy, Musical, Romance
A showgirl returns to her New York home to visit her alcoholic mother, where she catches the eye of a Broadway producer.
When Doris Day's character is questioned by reporters about an affair she's supposedly having with S.Z. Sakall's character, one of them asks her, "Is it true you call him 'Cuddles'?" This is an inside joke, as Sakall's nickname in real life was "Cuddles".
There's a message on that to you from the women of the world.
Tom Farnham: In God We Trust
Gloria reads a copy of Variety with news on the back cover; in reality, the back cover of this publication has always been reserved for full-page ads.