Dalton Trumbo's screenplay gave the formerly glamorous Turner an opportunity to strut her stuff as a serious actress, and the result was a toning down of the blazing blonde to wistful brunette. The audience much preferred the glitz to the drama, and the studio changed the ad campaign to
reflect a poll they took, so the movie's ads did not truly reflect the nature of the story. Turner and Shelton are coworkers who meet, fall in love, and marry. They toil in an accounting office where it is forbidden to marry coworkers, so they must keep their union a secret or lose their
positions. They soon find themselves in the same situations most newlyweds face: financial woes,...