"Clowning, kissing, kidding, cavorting" -- words not normally used to advertise the celluloid pairings of Greer Garson and Walter Pidgeon, but clearly studio publicity was giddy at the thought of good girl Greer Garson stepping out of her comfort zone and onto the naughty side in Julia Misbehaves. Dancehall girl Julia Packett (Garson) has not seen her daughter since shortly after her birth, forced to separate from the upper class husband (Walter Pidgeon) by the snobby clan he calls family. Depending on her beauty, wiles and the kindness of a variety of gentlemen, she is startled to receive a wedding invitation in the post. An invite from the same daughter, Susan (Elizabeth Taylor), she has not seen in 20 years. It's off to France, where, to secure her daughter's happiness (and maybe her own) Julia will once again shock her staid in-laws.
A divorced couple who see each other for the first time in years realize they are still in love.
Can an estranged couple ever hope to rekindle the fires of their past romance' Performer Julia Packett answers her daughter Susan's wedding invitation and travels to France for the ceremony. Julia has not seen Susan since she was a tot, but appreciates the offer to come. What Julia doesn't realize, though, is that her husband plans to win her back. Nor does Julia know that she will actively campaign for her daughter to ditch the groom all set to recite his vows!
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Additional cast: Phyllis Morris (Daisy).
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