Approved | | Comedy, Family, Musical
During World War I, a teenage girl begins a romance with a college student, but his unconventional attitudes cause friction with her father.
This film, it's sequel By the Light of the Silvery Moon and Calamity Jane are among Doris Day's personal favorites of her own films. Interestingly, in all three, she plays tom-boyish characters who blossom into "might perty" young ladies.
Hello, what's your name? I guess we're going to be neighbors.
When Hubert is playing the piano at the party, he finishes the song with two chords, one for each hand. It's obvious, however, that he plays nothing with his right hand as it's up in the air as the chords are played.
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