A disappointing hodge-podge of music and intrigue that marked the end of MacDonald's long-term MGM contract. Young is a war correspondent on his way to Cairo. His ship is torpedoed, and he winds up on a raft with Owen. They land in the Libyan desert and have to part when Nazi soldiers
approach. But first Owen tells Young to make contact with Barrie in Cairo--she can be recognized by the cocktail she always orders at the same bar every night. Owen claims to be a British spy, and the info he wants passed on is classified. Young arrives in Cairo, meets Barrie, and becomes enamored
of MacDonald (traveling with her maid, Waters), an American movie queen in Africa to ent...