Mary Ann Mobley made her TV debut in ‘Be Our Guest in 1960. She was also the first female star in an episode of ‘Mission: Impossible,’ in 1966. Some of her other TV appearances came in ‘Burke's Law’ (1963-65), ‘Run for Your Life’ (1965-66), ‘Love, American Style’ (1969-73), ‘Fantasy Island’ (1978-84), ‘Diff'rent Strokes’ (1980-86), and ‘Dead Like Me’ (2003). She made her film debut in ‘Get Yourself a College Girl’ (1964). Some of her popular films include ‘Girl Happy’ (1965), ‘Three on a Couch’ (1966), and ‘The King’s Pirate’ (1967). She also appeared in some box-office failures, such as ‘Young Dillinger’ (1965) and ‘For Singles Only’ (1968). She won the ‘Golden Globe Award’ for ‘New Star of the Year’ in 1965. Her last screen appearance came in 1994 on the sitcom ‘Hardball.’
Christopher Pride wants his psychiatrist girlfriend, Doctor Elizabeth Acord, to marry him and live with him in Paris. But Elizabeth doesn’t want to abandon three of her female patients, who have had bad relationships and lost their self-esteem. Pride decides to adopt different personas to date these women and give them their confidence back.
Get Yourself a College Girl is a musical comedy film, which tells the story of Terry, a student at a conservative girls’ college, who has written some sophisticated, best-selling popular songs under a pseudonym, despite knowing that if her secret comes out, she will be expelled.
Anne and her friend Helen move into a singles complex which is only for unmarried people, who are below the age of 30. A couple of neighbors make a wager that Bret, a bachelor, will not be able to seduce Anne, as he is too much of a gentleman. However, in order to help Bret get the money for his college education, Anne decides to go along with the romance.
Mary Ann Mobley Awards
|Get Yourself a College Girl||Most Promising Newcomer - Female||1965|