Gold-plated good fun. A minor plot is mangled in a major fashion by Busby Berkeley, but his choreography and the score assure us of delirious delight. The scene is a summer resort in a New England town, the story revolving around a number of romantic pairings. The inn's employees include
Dick Powell as a desk clerk studying to be a doctor, Adolphe Menjou as the somewhat dishonest owner of the hotel, Gloria Stuart as the attractive ingenue, and Frank McHugh as the ne'er-do-well comedy relief.
The key to all the fun is the Harry Warren-Al Dubin score which features the remarkable "Lullaby of Broadway" (a song reprised from their score for FORTY SECOND STREET) as w...