Reagan proves himself an amiable farceur in this lightweight film about a famous illustrator (no doubt patterned after popular artists Petty and Vargas) who needs to find the perfect woman. He's been drawing women for quite some time, and a TV station offers to put him and his model on
the air. But Reagan doesn't have one model--they are a composite of several models he's used. When Reagan sees his dream girl (Mayo) in the flesh at Jones Beach, promoter Bracken (who mugs so much that it's ugly to watch) makes her an offer, but she declines. She works as a schoolteacher and is
more involved with people's minds than their eyes. Reagan poses as a Czech immigrant, regi...