Some heart-tugging scenes are well-integrated into this comedy, which casts William Powell as the aptly named Emery Slade. Emery is a washed-up movie star assigned by studio boss Grossman (Adolphe Menjou) to convince a Broadway star to come west and topline a film adaptation of the revue
"The Bandwagon" (which, of course, really was made into a film by MGM four years later). Emery, however, double-crosses his Hollywood boss and signs a nobody, Julie Clarke (Betsy Drake), instead, resulting in the firing of both Emery and press agent Bill Davis (Mark Stevens). All turns out for the
best, however, when the talented Julie grabs a ton of publicity by having her screen ...