Withers plays a drugstore assistant who comes from a show business family. They try to get her on the stage as well, providing her with music written by budding composer Lydon. Withers finally gives in and, of course, Lydon is a natural talent. She then attempts to find a backer for his
show. The film was designed to fill out a double bill, and was undoubtedly made in haste on a small budget, which shows in the inadequate direction and poor production values. Withers manages to rise above the inept production with her singing and dancing. Songs include: "Where There's Love,"
"Upsy Downsy," "I've Got the Flyin'est Feelin" (Kim Gannon, Walter Kent). MY BEST GAL repre...