Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Miss Laramie Pilgrim (Yolande Donlan) is an American factory girl. Anxious to see what life is like outside her own backyard, Miss Pilgrim trades places with a British lass. After reels and reels of culture-clash comedy, the heroine comes to the rescue of her new friends and neighbors, who are being exploited by a local land developer. On the verge of his American stardom, Michael Rennie plays Miss Pilgrim's English love interest. Miss Pilgrim's Progress was another of those minor British films that were played to death on American TV in the 1950s.
class [social], class-consciousness, country-girl, countryside, employment, English [nationality], exchange, factory, friendship, government, land, lifestyle, news, plans, progress, protester, rally, role-switching, scheme, small-town