Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Director Allan Dwan moved to Republic Pictures in 1946, there to make the same sort of marital farce he'd been specializing in at United Artists throughout the 1940s. Eddie Albert plays an American pilot stationed in England who pines for his stateside wife (Faye Marlowe). Denied a pass, he goes AWOL to see his wife in New York. The complication? His wife becomes pregnant, and Albert must prove he's the father without admitting to his unauthorized leave of absence.
war, AWOL (Absent Without Leave), Britain, complications, meeting, military, soldier, surprise, traveling, urban, visit, wife