Ensign Pulver (1964), a sort of sequel to Mister Roberts (1955), stars Robert Walker Jr. as an irreverent, sassy Navy ensign who is adept at breaking rules, impersonating senior officers, whatever needs to be done to get what he wants. Usually "what he wants" means three things: getting out of work, finding black market booze, or meeting women. But he does good deeds, too. e gives an emergency appendectomy to the overbearing Captain (Burl Ives); and he talks the Captain into giving command to the less authoritarian LaSeur (Gerald S. O'Loughlin).
2. Lack of women. There are women in bikinis on the poster, but none in the movie itself. The only women present are a cadre of nurses whom Pulver tries unsuccessfully to impress. No fade-out-kiss.