This charming comedy features William Holden in one of his first major comedic roles, opposite the formidably funny Lucille Ball. Ball plays a seemingly addle-brained secretary who is hired to run the office of Holden, a young sharpster who heads a bookmaking ring. She has no idea of her
employer's illegal doings, and thinks she's working for a real estate office. Others working there include McHugh, a whiz at remembering all the bets who never needs to write anything down, and Gleason, an old-time bookie who doesn't approve of the operation's using such an elaborate front.
Because of the huge housing shortage after WW II, Ball is soon involved with the plights of ...