One of the most refreshing things about Clark Gable was that he was willing to act his age. What's more, he was willing to make jokes about it and let his scriptwriters do the same. But that is about the only thing holding together this romantic comedy based on Samson Raphaelson's play
"Accent on Youth." A reluctantly aging Broadway producer is having script trouble with his latest play, "A May-December Romance." He is about to throw in the towel when his 22-year-old secretary (Baker) berates him for quitting while at the same time declaring her love for him. In a flash he sees
the solution to his problem: reverse the situation and have the older man being pursued ...