Bruce and Vincent are an unhappy couple trying to give their marriage one more try. They head off to the mountain resort where their love first began. There they meet their respective old flames, Cameron and Hilliard, leading to a lot of jealousy and confusion. The simple plot is padded out
with musical numbers by Ozzie Nelson and Orchestra, vocally accompanied by his wife, Hilliard. Tip, Tap, and Toe do exactly what their names imply. It's an amusing little film, though nothing special. Of course, Nelson and Hilliard went on to become one of the great 1950s TV couples. Songs include
"Do I Worry" (Bobby Worth, Stanley Cowan); "I'm Through with Love" (Gus Kahn, Matt...