Directed by Vincente Minnelli, this fine sophisticated comedy is especially notable for the performance of the wonderful Kay Kendall, here playing the wife of Rex Harrison (her real-life husband at the time). Harrison has a daughter by a former marriage, Dee, for whom he plans a society
debut in London, where she can meet all the right boys and, perhaps, find herself a high-born husband. Dee finds the British boys as interesting as a nun's memoirs, however, and is soon crazy over Saxon, an American musician with a bad reputation. All of the gossip about Saxon is false, but that's
not learned until later, when Saxon suddenly becomes the recipient of a large bequest ...