Garner continues the clean-cut image she conveyed in A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN as a bubbly teenager who keeps her family on their toes. The picture successfully captures what it was like growing up in the 1940s. Garner displays her naive excitement when she gets her first fur-collared coat
and high heels, as well as when she marries off her uncle to the daughter of her dad's boss. Silly but entertaining fare.