Bathing Beauty

Synopsis: Songwriter Steve Elliott is about to marry Caroline Brooks. A strange woman who's been paid by Steve's agent to say she's his wife interrupts the ceremony. An angry Caroline gets her old job back teaching at a girl's college. Determined to win her back, Steve enrolls in the school to become its only male student.
Genre: Comedy, Musical
Director(s): George Sidney
Production: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
101 min

This man is my husband.

- What?

- What?

- What?

- What proof have you?

What proof have I?

Oh, now... No, no, believe me.


Would you care for some lunch,

Miss Brooks?

You've got to connect me.

She's my husband. I mean, I'm her wife.

She checked out. Well, did she

leave a forwarding address?

Oh, she didn't, huh?


George, she's gone and I've lost her.

- Steady, Steve. Caroline isn't the only girl.

- Well, she is for me.

We'll leave for New York immediately.

In times of stress, work is the solution.

Now, you finish packing.

I'll pay the bill.

Buck up. You must bury yourself

in your music.

Yeah, I'd just as soon bury myself.



That crazy Dorango woman

been around?

She disappeared?

Why does she do this to me?

- Steve, I saw her.

- Which one?

- The good one, Caroline.

- Where?

She was at the travel window

buying a ticket.

Well, ticket for what?

You know where she was going?

I don't remember.

Something like, a cow.

Cow? Don't tell me

she went to Moscow?




- Is there some such place as Jersey?

- Well, there's New Jersey.

That's where Victoria College is.

She's gone back to her old job. Come on.

- Hey, is this Victoria College?

- It isn't West Point.

Well, we finally made it. Fling open

the gates, my good man, I'm in a hurry.

Just hold your horses. The gates don't

fling until I find out what you want.

Oh, I wanna see

Miss Caroline Brooks.

Take off your hat.

- l...

- You aren't gonna see her.

We don't allow men in this school...

...and especially,

we don't allow men with red hair.

Well, I didn't know...

Oh, you don't allow men, huh?

What's that guy, a tomboy?

That's Professor Evans.

Professors don't count.

That guy can't read, either.

Nobody gets through these

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Dorothy Kingsley

Dorothy Kingsley (October 14, 1909 – September 26, 1997) was an American screenwriter, who worked extensively in film, radio and television. more…

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