Clearly inferior to its predecessor, a simple show whose charm lies in its musical numbers, this second film version of the 1925 Broadway favorite shifts the emphasis from songs to story and loses out in the process. The significantly transformed plot features Roland Young as a wealthy
man with an eye for young ladies and Anna Neagle as his niece, Nanette, who helps preserve her uncle's marriage when a trio of ambitious young women take advantage of him. To divert the women, Nanette enlists the help of an artist (Richard Carlson) and a theatrical producer (Victor Mature), both
of whom fall in love with her. In the end Nanette manages both to solve her uncle's probl...