A three-character play that was expanded by the original author to fit the screen proved to be a winner in Reagan's career, even though he tried every which way to get out of doing the picture. Parker is an actress who loves being in love, but the pickings are poor in the male department
during the war and she has not found the man of her dreams. At present, Parker is dating Smith, her producer, but when he gives her the air, her mood becomes blacker than the inside of a cow. Parker meets Reagan, an Army sergeant who is in New York to meet Arden, another actress, who is given to
promiscuous behavior and sharp wisecracks. By this time, Arden has totally forgotten he...