Ball is a Broadway performer who finds herself attracted to playwright/welder Powell. When she gains the rights to his play and takes the lead role, Powell dismisses her from the cast because she is too snobbish. To prove him wrong, she takes a job at a Maryland shipyard to "meet the
people" and ends up winning over her fellow workers, as well as Powell. Some fine tunes offset the routine script. Included are "Meet the People" (Ralph Freed, Sammy Fain; sung by Dick Powell), "In Times Like These" (Freed, Fain; sung by Powell, Lucille Ball, Vaughn Monroe), "Schickelgruber"
(Freed, Fain; sung by Spike Jones and His City Slickers); "I Like to Recognize the Tune" (Richa...