One Big Affair
One Big Affair is a 1952 American comedy film directed by Peter Godfrey and written by Leo Townsend and Francis Swann. The film stars Evelyn Keyes, Dennis O'Keefe, Mary Anderson, Connie Gilchrist, Thurston Hall and Gus Schilling. The film was released on February 22, 1952, by United Artists.
|One Big Affair|
|Directed by||Peter Godfrey|
|Produced by||Benedict Bogeaus|
|Screenplay by||Leo Townsend|
|Story by||George Bricker|
|Music by||Luis Hernández Bretón|
|Cinematography||José Ortiz Ramos|
|Edited by||George Crone|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
Jimmy Donovan, a lawyer from the U.S., is on his way to Acapulco to handle the divorce of a wealthy woman, her fifth. He decides to ride a bicycle from Mexico City and ends up encountering Jean, whose friends and tour guide fear she's a kidnap victim.
Jean tags along on the bike, hearing the kidnap report on the radio but not telling Jimmy about it. When police confront him, Jimmy and Jean pretend to be newlyweds and take the bridal suite when the cops keep observing them. An orphan boy, Juanito, befriends them and wants to be adopted. He eventually gets his wish when Jimmy and Jean straighten things out.