After a triumphant win for their prized hog, Abel and his family express pride and admiration for their home state. Soon everyone joins them in honoring the great state of Iowa.
On the last night of the fair, romance fills the air at the Starlight Dance Meadow, where couples twirl on the dance floor and sing along with the band.
Margy meets a worldly reporter named Pat, who wishes for something more exciting to report on. But Margy loves the fair, saying it’s how all of Iowa takes pride in what they do with their lives. Margy and Pat don’t exactly get along, but they do seem to enjoy one another.
When a glamorous and somewhat mysterious woman rescues him from a corrupt carnival barker’s scam, headstrong Wayne is smitten.
Margy, unsatisfied with her life, is eager for a change. Though she can’t seem to figure out why, she’s “as restless as a willow in a wind storm.” This Academy Award-Winning Best Original Song was performed by Jeanne Crain in the film State Fair, but her voice was dubbed by Louanne Hogan. In his biography of Richard Rodgers, William G. … Read More
Trying to share his feelings, Doc asks Suzy what she’s looking for in a partner. Somehow, things don’t go as planned, and their opportunity at romance appears lost. Still, they both resolve to be smarter the next time they fall in love.
Despite his love for Suzy, Doc is “scared stiff” to tell her how he feels. Fauna, her girls and the boys of the flop house join together to encourage Doc and help him face his fears.
Realizing Doc needs his help, Hazel has to do the one thing he finds most difficult: think.
At the party, Fauna and the girls present their rendition of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Dressed as Snow White, Suzy steps forward and – without daring to look at Doc – sings this simple declaration of love.
When Mac announces they’ve sold enough lottery tickets to purchase Doc’s microscope, everyone at the Bear Flag Café celebrates, eagerly anticipating the pending festivities.