Looking for Love (film)
|Looking for Love|
|Directed by||Don Weis|
|Produced by||Joe Pasternak|
|Written by||Ruth Brooks Flippen|
|Music by||George Stoll|
|Cinematography||Milton R. Krasner|
|Running time||85 minutes|
Francis plays Libby Caruso, who has spent a whole month trying to get into show business with her singing, and hasn't succeed. Libby then decides to retire and get a job where she can meet the right man and get married. She is interested in pursuing Paul Davis (Jim Hutton), who she meets in the supermarket, but Paul is not interested.
Libby later creates a clothes stand she calls the "Lady Valet". This product interests Paul who wants to promote it. Paul gets Libby on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson to push her products. When Libby mentions that she was formerly a singer, Carson asks her to sing. Libby's singing career takes off, and Paul then becomes interested in Libby. Libby then changes her mind and falls for a young grocer (Joby Baker). Paul then decides to pursue Libby's roommate, Jan (Susan Oliver).
Much of the supporting cast is from Francis' first screen role, Where the Boys Are (1960). A few celebrity cameos also appear, including Johnny Carson, Danny Thomas, Paula Prentiss, George Hamilton and Yvette Mimieux. This film was Johnny Carson's first film cameo.
- Video Captures of Connie Francis Movies screenshots of the film.
- Looking for Love at the Internet Movie Database
- Looking for Love at AllMovie
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