Jack Hayes, Leo Shuken
October 1957 (1957-10)
Joe E Ross,
Artists and Models (1955), The Delicate Delinquent (1957), Bad Day at Black Rock (1955), Tootsie (1982), Johnny Concho (1956)
Desperate for money, smooth conman Marty Holland (Hal March) and his best friend, Max (Joe E. Ross), decide to rig the Miss World Wide Beauty contest. Marty plans to enter his former girlfriend, Rita (Jean Willes), in the contest and convinces her to pay for her own entry fee. But Marty soon loses the money to a compulsive gambler friend, and when an outraged Rita withdraws, Marty is forced to beg a striking stranger, process server Ruth Collins (Merry Anders), to step in her place.
Hear Me Good is a 1957 American comedy film written and directed by Don McGuire. The film stars Hal March, Joe E. Ross, Merry Anders, Jean Willes, Milton Frome and Joey Faye. The film was released in October 1957, by Paramount Pictures.
Comedy involving a beauty contest that has two pre-chosen winners; one the special girlfriend of a not too savory character, the other, the true love of the promoter.
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