Synopsis by Paul Brenner
Deborah Foreman stars as Casey Meadows, a feisty woman chauffeur who breaks the gender barrier at the male-oriented Brentwood Limousine Company to become their first woman chauffeur, despite the objections of McBride (Howard Hessemann), a sexist sort who dislikes having a woman working for him. Assigned the job by a double-dealing millionaire named Witherspoon (E.G. Marshall), Casey quickly shows her worth to the company. But Casey picks up harried executive Battle (Sam J. Jones), Witherspoon's son, who has just been dumped by his girlfriend and proceeds to get drunk. Casey lets him sleep it off at her place, but in the morning Battle refuses to acknowledge who she is. Casey wants nothing to do with him, but then she's then assigned to drive Battle away on a long vacation trip. As they find themselves in close quarters and have to deal with a variety of mishaps, the two fall in love.
chauffeur, limousine, woman, love, millionaire, sexism, vacation