A silly but genuinely funny comedy that provides an invaluable (although distorted) look at the activity on the Warner Bros. lot in the late 1940s. Dennis Morgan and Jack Carson (playing themselves) are slated to star in a new picture. Unfortunately, every director on the lot refuses to
work with the egotistical Carson (among them are Michael Curtiz, Raoul Walsh, and King Vidor) leaving producer Goodwin with no choice other than to ask Carson to direct himself. Carson accepts the assignment willingly, but an outraged Morgan declares he'll drop out of the project. Desperate to get
his picture off the ground, Carson begs a young studio waitress, Day, to pose as his p...