Garson's US debut was not an auspicious one. She'd just come off GOODBYE, MR. CHIPS and the studio teamed her with Taylor for this weak attempt at romantic comedy. It was Taylor's third flop in a row (after LUCKY NIGHT and LADY OF THE TROPICS), and caused some concern at the studio about
his drawing power. Their fears were assuaged when he made WATERLOO BRIDGE the following year, a critical and financial success. It should have also proved to the bosses at MGM that no star can triumph over a clunky script. Garson is a rich young woman engaged to Ayres. She meets Taylor, finds him
adorable, and bids tata to Ayres, who is a brick about the whole thing, sighs once, th...