An unmemorable musical from the early 30s has insurance agent Pryor falling head over heels for Stuart, but dumping her once he finds that she's a nightclub singer, a touchy matter for the moralistic fellow. Spice is added to the mix when his sister, Marsh, quits her job as a telephone
operator to join a chorus line. High production costs, good performances, and some nice musical numbers are wasted in this effort. The film received Oscar nominations for Best Art Direction and Best Costume Design. Songs include: "Blue Sky Avenue" (Con Conrad, Herb Magidson), "Let's Put Two and
Two Together," "I Like It That Way," and "Goin' to Town" (Sidney Mitchell, Archie Gottler)...