Sentenced to 30 days cooling his heels in the Duck Creek cooler for speeding, Manhattan playboy Rick Belrow Livingston (Farley Granger) decides he doesn't like anything about small towns...until he meets small town girl Cindy Kimbell (Jane Powell). The stars make charming lovers, but the film belongs to Busby Berkeley, whose inspired dance direction guides some of the most famed moments in movie-musical history: I've Got to Hear That Beat, with Ann Miller whirling her fabulous legs around a floor of disembodied hands playing musical instruments, and human-pogo stick Bobby Van's jaw-dropping, gravity-defying hop through town to the tune of Take Me to Broadway.
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