A few laughs, but that's about it in this Tin Pan Alley yarn. Powell is a small-town composer who goes to New York in search of that elusive big break. He hooks up with a group led by songstress Sheridan. One of his best tunes is stolen and remade into a song titled "Hooray for Spinach," an
upbeat number sung by Sheridan. Powell then becomes the object of both Sheridan's and Page's affections. This was Powell's last film for Warner Bros., which, in an ungracious send-off, gave him second billing behind Sheridan, the studio's new "Oomph Girl." Songs also include "Corn Pickin'," "I
Don't Believe in Signs," "Happy About the Whole Thing," "In a Moment of Weakness" (Joh...