Bouncy domestic fluff featuring Betty Grable as Myrtle McKinley Burt, turn-of-the century vaudevillian, wife (to Dan Dailey), and mother, who takes time off from work to raise two daughters, played as adults by Mona Freeman and Connie Marshall. Once they're able to take care of themselves,
Grable decides to tread the boards again. The rest of the movie is a nostalgic look at the way it was, interrupted by a bit of crisis when Freeman, who is attending an exclusive finishing school, is embarrassed to learn that her parents are going to perform at a nearby theater. In the end, all the
snotty kids who come to the theater to hoot stay to cheer and Iris learns a valuabl...