Product DetailsConcert pianist Cynthia Potter (June Allyson) has impeccable musicianship, yet the chance of her gaining the attention of busy impresario Eric Wainwright (Van Johnson) hovers somewhere between none and never. But circumstances change - and comedy complications follow - when she adds bobby-sox and bows to her attire and innocence to her manner, and then passes herself off as a l2~year-old prodigy. The story of a woman posing as a younger person in order to turn events to her liking had already worked well for Katharine Hepburn in Quality Street and Ginger Rogers in The Major and the Minor when June Allyson delivered a Golden Globe®-winning* Best Actress portrayal in this 1951 rom-com scripted by the Father of the Bride team of Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett. Comedy highlights include Wainwright’s reaction to a report that his “prodigy” was seen sharing a cocktail with a man (Gig Young) who, unknown to Wainwright, is her fiancé.
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