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.
Eddie Bracken (Norval Jones), Betty Hutton (Trudy Kockenlocker), Diana Lynn (Emmy Kockenlocker), William Demarest (Constable Edmund Kockenlocker), Porter Hall (Jacob Woodson, Justice of the Peace), Emory Parnell (Mr. Tuerck), Al Bridge (Mr. Johnson), Julius Tannen (Mr. Rafferty), Victor Potel (Newspaper Editor), Brian Donlevy (Governor McGinty), Akim Tamiroff (The Boss), Chester Conklin (Pete (uncredited)), Jimmy Conlin (Mayor (uncredited)), Eddie Hall (Homecoming Spectator (uncredited)), J. Farrell MacDonald (Sheriff (uncredited)), Frank Moran (Military Police Sergeant #1 (uncredited)), Almira Sessions (Mrs. Mariah Woodson), Esther Howard (Sally), Nora Cecil (Hospital Nurse), Joe Devlin (Benito Mussolini), Byron Foulger (Governor’s Secretary), Arthur Hoyt (Governor’s Secretary), Bobby Watson (Adolf Hitler), Torben Meyer (Dr. Meyer), Hank Bell (Homecoming Spectator), Jan Buckingham (Nurse), Georgia Caine (Mrs. Johnson), Bill Cartledge (Short Soldier), Hal Craig (State Policeman), Roger Creed (State Policeman), Robert Dudley (Man), Budd Fine (Military Police Sergeant #2), Kenneth Gibson (Secret Service Man), Louis Jean Heydt (Army Officer), George Melford (U.S. Marshal), Jack Norton (Country Club Man Ordering Champagne), Spec O’Donnell (Son of Townsman), Keith Richards (Secret Service Man), Harry Rosenthal (Mr. Schwartz), Freddie Steele (Soldier), Connie Tompkins (Cecelia), Max Wagner (Military Police Driver), Conrad Wiedell (Dancing Soldier),
Director: Preston Sturges
US / 98 minutes / 1943