Approved | | Comedy
When a measles epidemic forces the temporary closing of a child care center, the son of a film star and her estranged husband, a concert pianist, is mistakenly delivered to a touring musician.
Shot at the same time as a French-language version, Baby Beats the Band (1951). Audrey Hepburn is one of the only cast members to appear in both films. It was during the filming of this movie that Hepburn met Colette, who recommended her for a stage version of her novel, "Gigi." This led directly to her being cast in Roman Holiday (1953).
Two versions of this film were shot with more or less the same cast: an English-language version, and a French version, Nous irons à Monte Carlo (1952).