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Roger Willoughby (Hudson) sells fishing equipment at Abercrombie & Fitch[[note]]which at that time was well known as a sporting equipment store[[/note]] in UsefulNotes/SanFrancisco, where he is regarded by his colleagues and clients alike as an expert fisherman. His boss decides to make him participate in a fishing competition, but he does not know that Roger has actually never fished in his life, which makes him an easy target for brash and flighty public relations woman Abigail Page (Prentiss).

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Roger Willoughby (Hudson) sells fishing equipment works as a fishing-equipment salesman at Abercrombie & Fitch[[note]]which at that time was well known as a sporting equipment store[[/note]] in UsefulNotes/SanFrancisco, where he is regarded by his colleagues and clients alike as an expert fisherman. His boss decides to make him participate in a fishing competition, but he does not know that Roger has actually never fished in his life, which makes him an easy target for brash and flighty public relations woman Abigail Page (Prentiss).


Roger Willoughby (Hudson) works in a fishing equipment store and is considered by his clients as a great connoisseur of the subject. His boss decides to make him participate in a fishing competition, but he does not know that Roger has actually never fished in his life, which makes him an easy target for brash and flighty public relations woman Abigail Page (Prentiss).

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Roger Willoughby (Hudson) works in a sells fishing equipment store and at Abercrombie & Fitch[[note]]which at that time was well known as a sporting equipment store[[/note]] in UsefulNotes/SanFrancisco, where he is considered regarded by his colleagues and clients alike as a great connoisseur of the subject.an expert fisherman. His boss decides to make him participate in a fishing competition, but he does not know that Roger has actually never fished in his life, which makes him an easy target for brash and flighty public relations woman Abigail Page (Prentiss).


''Man's Favorite Sport?'' is a 1964 comedy film starring Creator/RockHudson and Paula Prentiss, and directed and produced by Creator/HowardHawks.

Roger Willoughby (Hudson) works in a fishing equipment store and is considered by his clients as a great connoisseur of the subject. His boss decides to make him participate in a fishing competition, but he does not know that Roger has actually never fished in his life, which makes him an easy target for brash and flighty public relations woman Abigail Page (Prentiss)

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''Man's Favorite Sport?'' is a 1964 comedy ScrewballComedy film directed by Creator/HowardHawks, starring Creator/RockHudson and Paula Prentiss, and directed and produced by Creator/HowardHawks.Prentiss.

Roger Willoughby (Hudson) works in a fishing equipment store and is considered by his clients as a great connoisseur of the subject. His boss decides to make him participate in a fishing competition, but he does not know that Roger has actually never fished in his life, which makes him an easy target for brash and flighty public relations woman Abigail Page (Prentiss)(Prentiss).

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* GreatWhiteHunter: Subverted. Rock Hudson plays a fishing expert at Abercrombie and Fitch who can't fish. Entered into a fishing tournament by a publicity agent who doesn't know his secret, Hudson is forced to learn how to fish from the owner of the lodge's daughter.

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''Man's Favorite Sport?'' is a 1964 comedy film starring Creator/RockHudson and Paula Prentiss, and directed and produced by Creator/HowardHawks.

Roger Willoughby (Hudson) works in a fishing equipment store and is considered by his clients as a great connoisseur of the subject. His boss decides to make him participate in a fishing competition, but he does not know that Roger has actually never fished in his life, which makes him an easy target for brash and flighty public relations woman Abigail Page (Prentiss)
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* MagicalNativeAmerican: Averted and parodied with John Screaming Eagle, who talks in stereotypical Indian talk, hinting that he knows things only Indians know, until he's found out, then he becomes a normal American man in speech and 'knowledge', and willingness to help out his fellow man -- for a price.
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