This mediocre musical farce stars Lupino as a ventriloquist in a Budapest nightclub. Oakie, an American wrestling trainer in Hungary, befriends American singer Boles, who also works at the club. When Boles is dumped by Grahame, the rough and tough Oakie decides to help him with his love
life. Boles makes a bad move by trying to romance Lupino, who is married to Rhodes, an expert swordsman who has already skewered more than 40 men in duels. Lupino sings the theme song, "Blame It on the Danube" (Harry Akst, Frank Loesser).