The Ambassador's Daughter is a 1956 film about Joan Fisk (Olivia de Havilland). She is the bored daughter of the United States ambassador to France. Her responsibility at the embassy includes entertaining the wives of special people who her father does business with. Hating this work, she decides to conduct an experiment after making a bet with a senator named Jonathan Cartwright (Adophe Menjou). Jonathan thinks that all American soldiers are wolves; thus, they should not be allowed to enter Paris. Joan sets out to prove him wrong by starting a harmless fling with a young sergeant named Danny Sullivan (John Forsythe). What begins with wine, music, and the young man's charms ends up leading to something more than a fling. As well as winning her bet, Joan falls in love with Danny. Norman Krasna directs this romantic comedy about two young people who fall in love when they least expect it.