Jean Simmons (a school teacher) takes a secretarial job in a nightclub. The two club owners quibble about a lot, including her. Unfortunately, she develops an interest for the partner who disapproves of her employment at the club.
With a war on and most men being drafted, Howard Oil Supply Company has no salesmen left. So daughter Jean hits the road and does not make one sale. She finally gets one tentative sale with... See full summary »
On New Year's Eve 1946, Sheila Page kills her husband Barney. She wishes that she could relive 1946 and avoid the mistakes that she made throughout the year. Her wish comes true but cheating fate proves more difficult than she anticipated.
In his film debut, Burt Reynolds vies with George Hamilton for the love of one heavenly woman. In the American South, evangelist Paul Strand (Hamilton) meets a beautiful, young mute named ... See full summary »
In 1862, during the American Civil War, a company of Union infantrymen, commanded by Colonel Claude Brackenbury, receives an order to attack the Confederate positions. Due to a mishap, the colonel's horse stampedes toward the rear of the front. The confused soldiers, deployed in assault formation, follow their colonel in a rush. This is seen by the consequent Board of Inquiry as plain cowardice in the face of the enemy. As a result, Colonel Brackenbury is demoted to the rank of Captain and his executive officer, Captain Jared Heath, is demoted to the rank of Lieutenant. As further punishment, Brackenbury and Heath, together with a few of their NCOs are transferred West, to Fort Hooker where they are to take charge of a company of misfits and rejects. The new company is designated as Company Q. On the way West, the demoted officers travel on a river-boat. Among the passengers there are several prostitutes, led by Madam Easy Jenny, who are being run out of town by the decent townsfolk. ...Written by
Neither side in the Civil War had regiments with companies designated as "Q". Screw-up outfits and misfits were, however called Company Q. See more »
From an opening title card, the film begins in the spring of 1862. Right after the inquest, Gen. Willoughby quotes Gen. Sherman as saying "war is hell". That did not occur until September of 1864. See more »
Do you always just stand calmly by when you see a lady being molested?
Oh, you'd be surprised how few ladies I've seen molested. Matter of fact, the last time was about 7 years ago.
Well what did you do then?
Well,,,,, I uh,,,, I walks over to her an asks if I could be of some assistance, and she just slaps my face, like you did to that fella there. Told me to mind my own business.
Then this fella she's with, he starts to workin' me over, and between the two of em', they convert me to ...
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Honestly, I thoroughly enjoyed it. Initially, I wanted to see it because my favorite camp song, Today, was written for it. I've been searching for it on my cable guide for years and finally found it. I was surprised how fun it was!
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