A classic example of the "something for everyone"-type feature popular with audiences during WW II. Allyson is a cellist in Iturbi's orchestra who is pregnant and worried about her soldier husband, whom she hasn't heard from in months. Durante, seen in an uncharacteristic portrayal as
Iturbi's manager, sings a few songs he composed with Irving Caesar. "Umbriago" is a funny number that became a Durante standard. Of course the husband turns up in the end and Allyson has a boy. O'Brien received a special Oscar that year for her work as a juvenile film star. MUSIC FOR MILLIONS is
entertaining at best, clearly made with the mass market in mind. Production values are top...