Swedish-American farmer's daughter Katrin 'Katie' Holstrom leaves the farm to study nursing in the big, wicked city. Thanks to a chiseling acquaintance, her tuition and expense money disappears the first day, and she's forced to get a job...as a domestic for congressman Glenn Morley. Impressed by her political awareness as well as her many charms and capabilities, Glenn is soon infatuated with Katie, and she with him, but their feelings remain unspoken...until Katie speaks up at a party rally and is abruptly thrust into politics herself.
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Did You Know?
One reason that Loretta Young
's Oscar win was considered an upset, was because her character is largely absent from the second half of the film, as her character, Katrin, becomes the off-screen linchpin in a complex political plot. Ironically, Young had far more screen footage in The Bishop's Wife
(1947) (1947), released the same year, and a performance that many believe was far more worthy of the statuette. See more
Exactly right, Mrs. Morley. I guess I know where you stand.
[Clancy has had enough. He moves menacingly towards Finley
[to Finley, angrily
Either you're leaving this house now or I'm going to throw you out!
Joseph! How dare you talk to one of my guests like that!
[Clancy is flabbergasted. Finley smiles. Mrs. Morley is a true convert, that's obvious
[to Mrs. Morley
You're not serious about this?
[Reprovingly to Clancy
... I'm afraid we will have to speak about this later.
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Referenced in The Screen Writer
Row, Row, Row
Music by James V. Monaco
Lyrics by William Jerome See more