More famous as a singer, Nancy Sinatra also had a brief acting career that began in the mid-1960s.
She was seen in three musicals - ‘Get Yourself a College Girl,’ ‘The Ghost in The Invisible Bikini,’ and ‘For Those Who Think Young.’ She also appeared as a guest in television game show ‘Password.’ She starred in the drama film ‘The Oscar,’ and appeared in ‘The Last of the Secret Agents.’ Some of her other film credits include ‘Marriage on the Rocks,’ ‘Sinatra: The Classic Duets,’ ‘The Wild Angels,’ ‘Fever: The Music of Peggy Lee,’ and ‘Speedway,’ the musical comedy where she was seen sharing the screen with Elvis Presley and which was also her final film.
She made various television appearances, including shows like ‘The Dean Martin Show,’ ‘The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour,’ ‘The Virginian,’ ‘The Ed Sullivan Show,’ ‘Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In’ and ‘The Man from U.N.C.L.E.,’ amongst others.
Workaholic Dan Edwards fails to notice or compliment his wife Valerie after nineteen years of marriage. When they end up getting divorced on their second honeymoon in Mexico, Valerie ends up accidentally getting married to Dan’s second in command Ernie. All things are restored at the end of this comedy of errors.
Pruitt and his friends hang out at a club every day after school. However, when his grandfather tries to shut it down, they try to blackmail him into keeping it open.
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.