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Ginger Rogers, an overworked New York office girl, seeks 2 weeks of rest and relaxation at a camp in the Catskills. She is definitely not a happy camper because of the crowded and noisy conditions. She tries her best to fit in and, after an initial dislike, falls for college educated Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., a waiter at the camp. Ginger becomes suspicious of his motives, however, and he becomes alarmed when she spends an innocent night in the cabin of a rival suitor. All ends happily, however, as their love proves true enough and trust triumphs over suspicions.Written by
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Camp Waiter I:
[Referring to the Camp Kare-Free Campers]
They're like cannibals, all painted and looking for a white man.
Everytime I see one of those headhunters, my scalp itches.
Camp Waiter II:
You better watch out, Shrimpo, they'll have you speared. You may not be much, but, you do wear pants.
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Dull and uninvolving with scenes that play out too long. The basic premise of a secretary on vacation falling in love with a waiter at the lodge is interesting but is not explored to its full extent; and despite good performances, laughs are far between.
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