Born Yesterday (1950) - directed by George Cukor and starring Judy Holliday.
Mostly enjoyable due to Judy's innate likability, as well as her performance (see also - Bells Are Ringing and Phfft!).
Judy Holliday won the 1950 Best Actress Oscar for her brilliant and funny role as Billie Dawn, the dumb blonde girlfriend of Harry Brock (Broderick Crawford), a corrupt millionaire junk dealer. Brock, a man with social ambitions and a willingness to do anything to fulfill them, is embarrassed by Billie's crass behavior and lack of social sophistication. So he arranges for her to take a crash course in culture from a handsome, young journalist (William Holden). Billie blossoms under his kind tutelage and becomes increasingly aware of her role as a pawn in Brock's crooked business deals. Brockis surprised and outraged when Billie suddenly refuses to cooperate any longer.
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