The third retread of this material (STREET GIRL, 1929; THAT GIRL FROM PARIS, 1937) sees nightclub band members Foy, Jr., Briggs, Bolger, and Blees left in a jam when their female singer, Havoc, quits the gig because her threatening gangster admirer Durant wants her to devote more time to
him. Panic sets in, and the musicians search the city for a replacement. Bolger discovers Shirley, a down-and-out waif, and drafts her to help the cause. She poses as an important overseas singer, and soon cabbie Arnaz gets into the act by masquerading as a Balkan king. The usual set of goofy and
contrived complications ensues, leaving this a failed effort. The song titles reflect ...