Pin Up Girl

Synopsis: Glamorous Lorry Jones, the toast of a Missouri military canteen, has become "engaged" to almost every serviceman she's signed her pin-up photo for. Now she's leaving home to go into government service (not, as she fantasizes, to join the USO). On a side trip to New York, her vivid imagination leads her to True Love with naval hero Tommy Dooley; but increasingly involved Musical Comedy Complications follow.
Production: Twentieth Century Fox
Rotten Tomatoes:
84 min

- What do you mean, a few of us?

We'll all go! Huh, fellas?

But, Lorry, don't you remember?

I'm the guy you became engaged to last night.

George! Of course!

I'm supposed to take you

to the station alone!

- What do you mean, "alone"? Get a load of this guy!

- Where do you get that?

We're all going with you!

Wait a minute.

I know how I can settle it, fellas.

George will go with me, and you'll go with Kay,

but we'll be together.

- How's that?

- Swell!

- Stop pushin', will you?

- We at Company "B" are gonna miss ya.

This U.S.O. canteen

will never be the same.

I don't feel like taking my clothes off

with just that little curtain...

between us and the world.

Don't be silly, Kay.

What are you afraid of?

Why are you so brave?

You've never been in a Pullman before.

Oh, yes, I have, when I visited

my uncle in California.

You've never been out of Missouri

in your life.

Lorry, sometime someone's

gonna catch up with you good.

You'll never get away with making people back

home believe you've gone to Washington...

to join a U.S.O. show.

Oh, I don't know why you just didn't

tell them the honest truth.

And let them know we're only gonna work

as stenographers for civil service?

- Why should I?

- Because it's the truth.

Maybe it is right now, but something

could change it, couldn't it?

When you let people believe things

that aren't so, it's lying.

Like letting that marine who brought us

to the train think he's engaged to you.

You have about six other boys

thinking the same thing.

They wanna think it. Besides,

I like being nice to the boys in service.

Anyway, I'll probably never

even see them again.

You better not see them again...

at least not all at the same time.

Oh, Lorry, why do you

always have to tell fibs?

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