This is a film I have wanted to see for a few years now. Not only is Cary Grant the star, but we get to see a rarity, Shirley Temple in her teenage years. She stars as the "bobby-soxer", aka what they used to call teens in the late 40s/early 50s.
Her character, Susan "falls in love" with the bachelor, Grant upon setting her eyes on her during a school assembly which he is the guest speaker. Things become complicated and oh so screwball once her older sister, a court judge, Margaret (played by Myrna Loy) gets involved.
It is a delightful and charming screwball comedy and I enjoyed every minute. Cary Grant has yet to let me down.