Vincente Minnelli ("Gigi" and "Meet Me in St. Louis") directed this 1946 potboiler that featured Katharine Hepburn ("Olly, Olly, Oxen Free") and "Rooster Cogburn") right after her "box-office poison" period.

She is the tomboy daughter of a professor, played by Edmund Gwenn ("Miracle on 34th Street" and "The Trouble With Harry") who has been urging her to find someone to marry and settle down. Bingo! A handsome, single millionaire, played by Robert Taylor ("Ivanhoe" and "Quo Vadis") comes sailing into town, is immediately smitten by her and the deed is done.

Robert Mitchum ("Winds of War" and "Ryan's Daughter") has an appealing role as Taylor's brother. Some corny dialogue, but it WAS 1946...