About the film
Release Date: April 06, 1945
|Slogan||:||«IT WAS LOVE... Honor and Oh, Baby... Until The Night Of His G.I. Honeymoon!»|
|Production Companies||:||Monogram Pictures|
|Writers||:||Richard Weil, Robert Chapin, A.J. Rubien, Marion Page Johnson|
In this romantic comedy, set during WW II, an newlywed army couple are unable to consummate their marriage, as on their wedding night the husband is called away to sentry duty. Later they try again, but as he has just completed a 37-mile hike, he finds himself too tired to work up any enthusiasm for conjugal bliss. Fortunately, the bride's understanding aunt intervenes with the young man's colonel and the frustrated couple is at last able to share a night of love.