A cute follow-up to Goldwyn's production of WHOOPEE, this farcical musical, like its predecessor, had the benefit of Berkeley's choreography, and the master was developing the style that was to make him famous. Lots of pretty girls, plenty of songs, and the incredible energy of Cantor
triumphed over a fairly ordinary story that sees shy Cantor, a nervous type who sings when he gets too excited, working in a bogus spiritualist scam for his downstairs neighbor, Middleton. Charters, who owns a successful bakery, consults Middleton from time to time and is on the verge of being
swindled by the phony medium. Through a mistake, Cantor is hired as the efficiency expert fo...