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-->''Won't you change partners? And then\\

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-->''Won't
->''Won't
you change partners? And then\\



--->--"Change Partners" (song from ''Carefree)'' by Music/IrvingBerlin

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--->--"Change -->-- "Change Partners" (song from ''Carefree)'' by Music/IrvingBerlin


A 1938 ScrewballComedy {{musical}} film starring Creator/FredAstaire, Creator/GingerRogers, and Ralph Bellamy. The music is by Music/IrvingBerlin.

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A 1938 ScrewballComedy {{musical}} film starring Creator/FredAstaire, Creator/GingerRogers, and Ralph Bellamy.Creator/RalphBellamy. The music is by Music/IrvingBerlin.


* LoveRevelationEpiphany: When Tony hypnotizes Amanda, he plants the following suggestions in her mind: (1) she loves Stephen and wants to marry him; (2) Tony is a horrible monster, and [[RhetoricalRequestBlunder men like him should be shot down like dogs]]; and (3) Tony does not love her. Her reaction to the last statement is so strong that Tony has to leave the room to think things over. After a [[TheManInTheMirrorTalksBack short conversation with himself,]] he realizes that not only does she really love him, but he loves her too.

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* LoveRevelationEpiphany: When Tony hypnotizes Amanda, he plants the following suggestions in her mind: (1) she loves Stephen and wants to marry him; (2) Tony is a horrible monster, and [[RhetoricalRequestBlunder men like him should be shot down like dogs]]; and (3) Tony does not love her. Her reaction to the last statement is so strong that Tony has to leave the room to think things over. After a [[TheManInTheMirrorTalksBack short conversation with himself,]] he realizes that not only does she really love him, but [[LoveEpiphany he loves her too. too.]]


* LoveEpiphany: When Tony hypnotizes Amanda, he plants the following suggestions in her mind: (1) she loves Stephen and wants to marry him; (2) Tony is a horrible monster, and [[RhetoricalRequestBlunder men like him should be shot down like dogs]]; and (3) Tony does not love her. Her reaction to the last statement is so strong that Tony has to leave the room to think things over. After a [[TheManInTheMirrorTalksBack short conversation with himself,]] he realizes that not only does she really love him, but he loves her too.

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* LoveEpiphany: LoveRevelationEpiphany: When Tony hypnotizes Amanda, he plants the following suggestions in her mind: (1) she loves Stephen and wants to marry him; (2) Tony is a horrible monster, and [[RhetoricalRequestBlunder men like him should be shot down like dogs]]; and (3) Tony does not love her. Her reaction to the last statement is so strong that Tony has to leave the room to think things over. After a [[TheManInTheMirrorTalksBack short conversation with himself,]] he realizes that not only does she really love him, but he loves her too.


* CommitmentIssues: Amanda has what Tony calls a "phobia" of marriage.

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* CommitmentIssues: Tony says Amanda has what Tony calls a "phobia" of marriage.marriage. (Since she has no reservations about committing to Tony later, it's more likely that she just realizes deep down that she doesn't really want to marry Stephen.)



* InvoluntaryDance: Tony manages to get Amanda alone at a dance on the night before her wedding; he hypnotizes her, hoping to get a chance to reverse his hypnotic suggestions, and she dances with him in a trance.

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* InvoluntaryDance: Tony manages to get Amanda alone at a dance on the night before her wedding; he hypnotizes her, hoping to get a chance to reverse his hypnotic earlier suggestions, and she dances with him in a trance.


Convinced that she is merely confusing respect for a doctor with love, Tony hypnotizes Amanda into believing that she hates him and loves Stephen. Midway through the session, he realizes that he's making a mistake--not only does she truly love him, but [[LoveEpiphany he loves her too]]. However, before he can undo the suggestion, Amanda escapes from his office. Stephen is delighted with her newfound devotion to him even after he finds out the reason for it, and he convinces a judge to issue a restraining order preventing Tony from seeing Amanda. Tony must race against time to reverse Amanda's hypnosis-induced change of heart.

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Convinced that she is merely confusing respect for a doctor with love, Tony hypnotizes Amanda into believing that she hates him and loves Stephen. Midway through the session, he realizes that he's making a mistake--not only does she truly love him, but [[LoveEpiphany he loves her too]]. However, before he can undo the suggestion, Amanda escapes from his office. Stephen is delighted with her newfound devotion to him even after he finds out the reason for it, and he convinces a judge to issue a restraining order preventing Tony from seeing Amanda. Tony must race against time to reverse Amanda's hypnosis-induced change of heart.heart before she marries Stephen.



* FakeStatic: Connors provides some when pretending to be a long-distance call from Honolulu. He makes some of the noises with his mouth and then puts the earphone to the speaker to create feedback.

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* FakeStatic: Connors provides some when pretending to be a long-distance call from Honolulu. call. He makes some of the noises with his mouth and then puts the earphone to the speaker to create feedback.feedback.
* [[GoLookAtTheDistraction Go Talk to the Distraction]]: At a country club dance on the night before the wedding, Tony arranges for Stephen to be called away for a phone call (actually made by Connors [[ShortDistancePhoneCall from the lobby phone booth]]) so that Tony can try to reverse his suggestions to Amanda. He outlines his plan in the lyrics of the song "Change Partners":
-->"Ask him to sit this one out, and while you're alone,\\
I'll tell the waiter to tell him he's wanted on the telephone."



* SlowMotion: Much of the dream dance ("I Used to Be Colorblind") is filmed this way, emphasizing the surreal feeling.

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* SlowMotion: Much of the dream dance ("I Used to Be Colorblind") is filmed this way, emphasizing the surreal feeling.feeling of the sequence.


* BigDamnKiss: In the context of the Astaire-Rogers series, Amanda and Tony's dream kiss is this. Astaire jokingly called it "the kiss of the century." They had managed to make seven previous RomanticComedy films without a full-on, mutual, romantic kiss onscreen. In ''Carefree,'' not only do they finally have that kiss, but it's in slow motion too.

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* BigDamnKiss: In the context of the Astaire-Rogers series, Amanda and Tony's dream kiss is this. Astaire jokingly called it "the kiss of the century." They had managed to make seven previous RomanticComedy films without a full-on, mutual, romantic kiss onscreen. In ''Carefree,'' not only do they finally have that kiss, but it's in slow motion SlowMotion too.



* DerailingLoveInterests: Any sympathy the audience may have had for Stephen will likely disappear once he gets the restraining order and tries to marry Amanda while she's {{brainwashed}} into thinking she loves him.

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* DerailingLoveInterests: Any sympathy the audience may have had for Stephen will likely disappear once he gets the a restraining order and tries to marry Amanda while she's {{brainwashed}} into thinking she loves him.



* HollywoodLaw: Legal proceedings (or threats of them) exist to provide impetus or obstacles to the romantic plot and bear very little reference to real-world practices. All legal matters seem to be handled on a personal basis, as Judge Travers is a friend of both Stephen and Amanda.
* HollywoodPsych: Similarly, all of the psychiatric material in the movie exists just to drive the comedy plot. In particular, hypnosis does not work that way.

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* HollywoodLaw: Legal proceedings (or threats of them) exist to provide impetus or obstacles to the romantic plot and bear very little reference to real-world practices. All legal matters seem to be handled on a personal basis, as Judge Travers is a friend of both Stephen and Amanda.
* HollywoodPsych: Similarly, all of the psychiatric material in the movie exists just to drive the comedy plot. In particular, hypnosis does not work that way.



* IntoxicationEnsues: Under the influence of a drug intended to lower her inhibitions, Amanda breaks a large pane of sheet glass, kicks a policeman, and merrily insults the sponsor of her radio show. (A variation on the regular trope, as the drug is administered with her knowledge by a medical professional.)

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* IntoxicationEnsues: Under the influence of a drug intended to lower that lowers her inhibitions, Amanda breaks a large pane of sheet glass, kicks a policeman, and merrily insults the sponsor of her radio show. (A variation on the regular trope, as the drug is administered with her knowledge by a medical professional.)



* KissingUnderTheInfluence: The first thing Amanda tries to do after being given an anesthetic that will lower her inhibitions is kiss Tony.

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* KissingUnderTheInfluence: The first thing Amanda tries to do after being given an anesthetic a drug that will lower her inhibitions is kiss Tony.



* LoveConfession: Right after Stephen announces their wedding, Amanda tells Tony that she's fallen for him.
* LoveEpiphany: When Tony hypnotizes Amanda, he implants the following suggestions in her mind: (1) she loves Stephen and wants to marry him; (2) Tony is a horrible monster, and [[RhetoricalRequestBlunder men like him should be shot down like dogs]]; and (3) Tony does not love her. Her reaction to the last statement is so strong that Tony has to leave the room to think things over. After a [[TheManInTheMirrorTalksBack short conversation with himself,]] he realizes that not only does she really love him, but he loves her too.

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* LoveConfession: Right after Stephen announces their his and Amanda's upcoming wedding, Amanda tells Tony that she's fallen for him.
* LoveEpiphany: When Tony hypnotizes Amanda, he implants plants the following suggestions in her mind: (1) she loves Stephen and wants to marry him; (2) Tony is a horrible monster, and [[RhetoricalRequestBlunder men like him should be shot down like dogs]]; and (3) Tony does not love her. Her reaction to the last statement is so strong that Tony has to leave the room to think things over. After a [[TheManInTheMirrorTalksBack short conversation with himself,]] he realizes that not only does she really love him, but he loves her too.



* TapOnTheHead: Stephen knocks Amanda unconscious when he tries to take a swing at Tony and accidentally hits her instead. Tony is able to use her unconscious state to reverse his post-hypnotic suggestions at last.

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* SlowMotion: Much of the dream dance ("I Used to Be Colorblind") is filmed this way, emphasizing the surreal feeling.
* TapOnTheHead: Stephen knocks Amanda unconscious when he tries to take a swing at Tony and accidentally hits her instead. Tony is able to use her unconscious state to reverse his post-hypnotic hypnotic suggestions at last.


* BriefAccentImitation: Tony's Scottish golf pro comments that he's getting terrific length with his drives. Tony imitates his accent as he replies, "Thank you, Mr. [=MacPherson=]. You're verra, verra encouragin'." Then he switches back to his normal voice and adds with a chuckle, "It's about time, Mac."

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* BriefAccentImitation: Tony's The Scottish golf pro comments that he's Tony is getting terrific length with his drives. Tony imitates his accent as he replies, "Thank you, Mr. [=MacPherson=]. You're verra, verra encouragin'." Then he switches back to his normal voice and adds with a chuckle, "It's about time, Mac."



* JapanesePoliteness: To distract Stephen while Tony talks to Amanda at the dance, Connors pretends to be a reporter named Miss Satsuma Naguchi from the Honolulu ''Daily Bugle.'' He ends virtually every sentence with "please."

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* JapanesePoliteness: To distract Invoked by Connors when he makes a phone call to Stephen while Tony talks to Amanda at the dance, Connors pretends pretending to be a reporter named Miss Satsuma Naguchi from the Honolulu ''Daily Bugle.'' He ends virtually every sentence with "please."



* TapOnTheHead: Stephen knocks Amanda unconscious when he tries to take a swing at Tony and accidentally hits her instead. Tony is able to use this to reverse his post-hypnotic suggestions at last.

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* TapOnTheHead: Stephen knocks Amanda unconscious when he tries to take a swing at Tony and accidentally hits her instead. Tony is able to use this her unconscious state to reverse his post-hypnotic suggestions at last.


* HollywoodLaw: Legal proceedings (or threats of them) exist to provide impetus or obstacles to the romantic plot and bear very little reference to real-world practices.

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* HollywoodLaw: Legal proceedings (or threats of them) exist to provide impetus or obstacles to the romantic plot and bear very little reference to real-world practices. All legal matters seem to be handled on a personal basis, as Judge Travers is a friend of both Stephen and Amanda.



* InvoluntaryDance: Tony manages to get Amanda alone at a country club dance shortly before her wedding; he hypnotizes her, hoping to get a chance to reverse his hypnotic suggestions, and she dances with him in a trance.

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* InvoluntaryDance: Tony manages to get Amanda alone at a country club dance shortly on the night before her wedding; he hypnotizes her, hoping to get a chance to reverse his hypnotic suggestions, and she dances with him in a trance.trance.
* JapanesePoliteness: To distract Stephen while Tony talks to Amanda at the dance, Connors pretends to be a reporter named Miss Satsuma Naguchi from the Honolulu ''Daily Bugle.'' He ends virtually every sentence with "please."


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* LarynxDissonance: Connors pretending to be a female reporter on the telephone.


* BriefAccentImitation: Tony's Scottish golf pro comments that he's getting terrific length with his drives. Tony imitates his accent as he replies, "Thank you, Mr. [=MacPherson=]. You're verra, verry encouraging." Then he switches back to his normal voice and adds with a chuckle, "It's about time, Mac."

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* BriefAccentImitation: Tony's Scottish golf pro comments that he's getting terrific length with his drives. Tony imitates his accent as he replies, "Thank you, Mr. [=MacPherson=]. You're verra, verry encouraging.verra encouragin'." Then he switches back to his normal voice and adds with a chuckle, "It's about time, Mac."



* EthnicMenialLabor: Hattie, Amanda's maid, is played by [[TheDanza Hattie [=McDaniel=].]]

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* EthnicMenialLabor: Hattie, [[TheDanza Hattie]], Amanda's maid, is played maid (played by [[TheDanza Hattie [=McDaniel=].]][=McDaniel=]).



* RunningGag: "Sit down, Joe!" from Aunt Cora. (And finally, "Stand up, Joe!")

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* RunningGag: "Sit down, Joe!" from Aunt Cora.Cora to Judge Travers. (And finally, "Stand up, Joe!")



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--->--"Change Partners" (song from ''Carefree)'' by Music/IrvingBerlin



* EroticDream: Amanda dreams of dancing with Tony through a fairytale landscape, ending with a HollywoodKiss.

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* EroticDream: A G-rated version. Amanda dreams of dancing with Tony through a fairytale landscape, ending with a HollywoodKiss.



* HollywoodPsych: All of the psychiatric material in the movie exists just to drive the comedy plot. In particular, hypnosis does not work that way.
* HollywoodLaw: Similarly, legal proceedings (or threats of them) exist to provide impetus or obstacles to the romantic plot and bear very little reference to real-world practices.

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* HollywoodPsych: All of the psychiatric material in the movie exists just to drive the comedy plot. In particular, hypnosis does not work that way.
* HollywoodLaw: Similarly, legal Legal proceedings (or threats of them) exist to provide impetus or obstacles to the romantic plot and bear very little reference to real-world practices.practices.
* HollywoodPsych: Similarly, all of the psychiatric material in the movie exists just to drive the comedy plot. In particular, hypnosis does not work that way.


-->''Won't you change partners? And then\\
You may never want to change partners again.''



Convinced that she is merely confusing respect for a doctor with love, Tony hypnotizes Amanda into believing that she hates him and loves Stephen. Midway through the session, he realizes that he's making a mistake--not only does she truly love him, but he loves her too. However, before he can undo the suggestion, Amanda escapes from his office. Stephen is delighted with her newfound devotion to him even after he finds out the reason for it, and he convinces a judge to issue a restraining order preventing Tony from seeing Amanda. Tony must race against time to reverse Amanda's hypnosis-induced change of heart.

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Convinced that she is merely confusing respect for a doctor with love, Tony hypnotizes Amanda into believing that she hates him and loves Stephen. Midway through the session, he realizes that he's making a mistake--not only does she truly love him, but [[LoveEpiphany he loves her too.too]]. However, before he can undo the suggestion, Amanda escapes from his office. Stephen is delighted with her newfound devotion to him even after he finds out the reason for it, and he convinces a judge to issue a restraining order preventing Tony from seeing Amanda. Tony must race against time to reverse Amanda's hypnosis-induced change of heart.



* BrainwashedAndCrazy: When Tony hypnotizes Amanda into hating him, he gives her a suggestion that "men like him should be shot down like dogs." Later, at the country club, she grabs Stephen's skeet-shooting rifle and attempts to shoot Tony. It's PlayedForLaughs.

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* BrainwashedAndCrazy: When Tony hypnotizes Amanda into hating him, he gives her a suggestion that "men like him should be shot down like dogs." Later, at the country club, she grabs Stephen's skeet-shooting rifle and attempts to shoot Tony.Tony with a skeet-shooting rifle. It's PlayedForLaughs.



* EthnicMenialLabor: Hattie, Amanda's maid, is played by [[TheDanza Hattie [=McDaniel=].]]
* FakeStatic: Connors provides some when pretending to be a long-distance call from Honolulu. He makes some of the noises with his mouth and then puts the earphone to the speaker to create feedback.



* HollywoodLaw: Similarly, legal proceedings (or threats of them) exist to provide impetus or obstacles to the romantic plot and bear very little reference to real-world practices.



* HypnoFool: After Amanda leaves Tony's office under hypnosis, she goes to the country club, where his suggestion that "men like him should be shot down like dogs" leads to some crazy antics when she grabs Stephen's skeet-shooting rifle.

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* HypnoFool: After Amanda leaves Tony's office under hypnosis, she goes to the country club, where his suggestion that "men like him should be shot down like dogs" leads to she gets into some crazy antics when she grabs gets hold of Stephen's skeet-shooting rifle.



* PimpedOutDress: Amanda has one for each of her three dances, plus a FairytaleWeddingDress in the final sequence.



* RunningGag: "Sit down, Joe!" from Aunt Cora. (And finally, "Stand up, Joe!")
* ShipperOnDeck: Aunt Cora ships Tony and Amanda.



* TheManInTheMirrorTalksBack: Tony has a conversation with his subconscious mind in this way.
* TriangRelations: Stephen loves Amanda, who loves Tony, who eventually returns Amanda's love.

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* TheManInTheMirrorTalksBack: Tony has a conversation with his subconscious mind in this way.
way, leading to his LoveEpiphany.
* TriangRelations: Stephen loves Amanda, who loves Tony, who eventually returns Amanda's love.loves Amanda.


* LoveEpiphany: When Tony hypnotizes Amanda, he implants the following suggestions: (1) she loves Stephen and wants to marry him; (2) Tony is a horrible monster, and men like him should be shot down like dogs; and (3) Tony does not love her. Her reaction to the last statement is so strong that Tony has to leave the room to think things over. After a [[TheManInTheMirrorTalksBack short conversation with himself,]] he realizes that not only does she actually love him, but he loves her too.

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* LoveEpiphany: When Tony hypnotizes Amanda, he implants the following suggestions: suggestions in her mind: (1) she loves Stephen and wants to marry him; (2) Tony is a horrible monster, and [[RhetoricalRequestBlunder men like him should be shot down like dogs; dogs]]; and (3) Tony does not love her. Her reaction to the last statement is so strong that Tony has to leave the room to think things over. After a [[TheManInTheMirrorTalksBack short conversation with himself,]] he realizes that not only does she actually really love him, but he loves her too.


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* RhetoricalRequestBlunder: Tony's suggestion to a hypnotized Amanda: "Dr. Flagg is a horrible monster. Men like him should be shot down like dogs."


Convinced that she is merely confusing respect for a doctor with love, Tony hypnotizes Amanda into believing that she hates him and loves Stephen. He also plants the suggestion, "Tony doesn't love me." Amanda starts to cry upon hearing this, and Tony has to leave the room to think things over. After a [[TheManInTheMirrorTalksBack short conversation with himself,]] he realizes that not only does she actually love him, but [[LoveEpiphany he loves her too]]. Before he can undo the suggestion, Amanda escapes from his office. Stephen is delighted with her newfound devotion to him even after he finds out the reason for it, and he convinces a judge to issue a restraining order preventing Tony from seeing Amanda. Tony must race against time to reverse Amanda's hypnosis-induced change of heart.

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Convinced that she is merely confusing respect for a doctor with love, Tony hypnotizes Amanda into believing that she hates him and loves Stephen. He also plants Midway through the suggestion, "Tony doesn't love me." Amanda starts to cry upon hearing this, and Tony has to leave the room to think things over. After a [[TheManInTheMirrorTalksBack short conversation with himself,]] session, he realizes that not he's making a mistake--not only does she actually truly love him, but [[LoveEpiphany he loves her too]]. Before too. However, before he can undo the suggestion, Amanda escapes from his office. Stephen is delighted with her newfound devotion to him even after he finds out the reason for it, and he convinces a judge to issue a restraining order preventing Tony from seeing Amanda. Tony must race against time to reverse Amanda's hypnosis-induced change of heart.



* BigDamnKiss: In the context of the Astaire-Rogers series, Amanda and Tony's dream kiss is this. Astaire jokingly called it "the kiss of the century." They had managed to make seven previous RomanticComedy films without showing a full-on, mutual, romantic kiss. In ''Carefree,'' not only do they finally have that onscreen kiss, but it's in slow motion too.

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* BigDamnKiss: In the context of the Astaire-Rogers series, Amanda and Tony's dream kiss is this. Astaire jokingly called it "the kiss of the century." They had managed to make seven previous RomanticComedy films without showing a full-on, mutual, romantic kiss. kiss onscreen. In ''Carefree,'' not only do they finally have that onscreen kiss, but it's in slow motion too.



* BriefAccentImitation: Tony's Scottish golf pro comments that he's getting terrific length with his drives. Tony imitates his accent as he replies, "Thank you, Mr. MacPherson. You're verra, verry encouraging." Then he switches back to his normal voice and adds with a chuckle, "It's about time, Mac."

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* BriefAccentImitation: Tony's Scottish golf pro comments that he's getting terrific length with his drives. Tony imitates his accent as he replies, "Thank you, Mr. MacPherson.[=MacPherson=]. You're verra, verry encouraging." Then he switches back to his normal voice and adds with a chuckle, "It's about time, Mac."


Added DiffLines:

* DanceSensation: "The Yam."


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* HypnoFool: After Amanda leaves Tony's office under hypnosis, she goes to the country club, where his suggestion that "men like him should be shot down like dogs" leads to some crazy antics when she grabs Stephen's skeet-shooting rifle.


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* LoveEpiphany: When Tony hypnotizes Amanda, he implants the following suggestions: (1) she loves Stephen and wants to marry him; (2) Tony is a horrible monster, and men like him should be shot down like dogs; and (3) Tony does not love her. Her reaction to the last statement is so strong that Tony has to leave the room to think things over. After a [[TheManInTheMirrorTalksBack short conversation with himself,]] he realizes that not only does she actually love him, but he loves her too.


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* TapOnTheHead: Stephen knocks Amanda unconscious when he tries to take a swing at Tony and accidentally hits her instead. Tony is able to use this to reverse his post-hypnotic suggestions at last.


Convinced that she is merely confusing respect for a doctor with love, Tony hypnotizes Amanda into believing that she hates him and loves Stephen. During the session, he plants a suggestion that Tony does not love her. Amanda starts to cry upon hearing this, and Tony has to leave the room to think things over. After a [[TheManInTheMirrorTalksBack short conversation with himself,]] he realizes that not only does she actually love him, but he loves her too. Before he can undo the suggestion, Amanda escapes from his office. Stephen is delighted with her newfound devotion to him even after he finds out the reason for it, and he convinces a judge to issue a restraining order preventing Tony from seeing Amanda. Tony must race against time to reverse Amanda's hypnosis-induced change of heart.

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Convinced that she is merely confusing respect for a doctor with love, Tony hypnotizes Amanda into believing that she hates him and loves Stephen. During the session, he He also plants a suggestion that Tony does not the suggestion, "Tony doesn't love her. me." Amanda starts to cry upon hearing this, and Tony has to leave the room to think things over. After a [[TheManInTheMirrorTalksBack short conversation with himself,]] he realizes that not only does she actually love him, but [[LoveEpiphany he loves her too.too]]. Before he can undo the suggestion, Amanda escapes from his office. Stephen is delighted with her newfound devotion to him even after he finds out the reason for it, and he convinces a judge to issue a restraining order preventing Tony from seeing Amanda. Tony must race against time to reverse Amanda's hypnosis-induced change of heart.



* BigDamnKiss: In the context of the Astaire-Rogers series, Amanda and Tony's dream kiss is this. They had managed to make seven previous RomanticComedy films without showing a full-on, mutual, romantic kiss. In ''Carefree,'' not only do they finally have that kiss, but it's in slow motion too. Astaire jokingly called it "the kiss of the century."

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* BigDamnKiss: In the context of the Astaire-Rogers series, Amanda and Tony's dream kiss is this. They had managed to make seven previous RomanticComedy films without showing a full-on, mutual, romantic kiss. In ''Carefree,'' not only do they finally have that kiss, but it's in slow motion too. Astaire jokingly called it "the kiss of the century."" They had managed to make seven previous RomanticComedy films without showing a full-on, mutual, romantic kiss. In ''Carefree,'' not only do they finally have that onscreen kiss, but it's in slow motion too.



* BriefAccentImitation: Tony's Scottish golf pro comments that he's getting terrific length with his drives. Tony imitates his accent as he replies, "Thank you, Mr. MacPherson. You're verra, verry encouraging." Then he switches back to his normal voice and adds with a chuckle, "It's about time, Mac."



* HospitalHottie: Connors, at least in Aunt Cora's opinion.

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* HospitalHottie: Connors, at least in Aunt Cora's opinion.Connors.



* TriangRelations: Stephen loves Amanda, who loves Tony.

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* TriangRelations: Stephen loves Amanda, who loves Tony.Tony, who eventually returns Amanda's love.
* WardrobeWound: Judge Travers is quite upset when Amanda shoots the crown out of his best hat--"a real Tyrollean!"

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