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Summary: Trudy Kockenlocker, a small-town girl with a soft spot for American soldiers, wakes up the morning after a wild farewell party for the troops to find that she married someone she can't remember--and she's pregnant (imdb)
All of the characters are incredibly irritating, with all the "humor" (I use the term loosely) relying on people being unbelievably obnoxious, stupid, or uptight. It's loaded with my comedy pet peeves... pratfalls, double-takes, scenes where everyone is yelling at each other. But worst of all, it's one of those movies where the entire premise is based on someone just refusing to come out and tell the truth, in a situation when it's clearly the best thing to do. That just drives me nuts.
Only Sturges could take a code defying premise and wrap it up in an increasing series ridiculous events, culminated by the most improbable of improbable endings and get away with it. The superficial comedy in the film's not great, especially that damned stuttering, but the way it makes a mockery of Hollywood conventions and formulas, as well as social norms, is really a wonder to behold.