In 1936, Cole Porter wrote a musical with the same title as this film, but the two are unrelated apart from their titles. In this, we are treated to a musical comedy-crime picture with some funny moments and an enthusiastic (as always) performance by blond bombshell Betty Hutton. She's
an aspiring Broadway actress who is dating stage director Mature. When Mature's Broadway "angel" (a gangster who has decided to put some money into shows, not unlike the real gangsters who did the same thing in the 1930s) is killed while Hutton is visiting his apartment, the actress is suspected
of the crime. Mature wonders why she was there, and the members of the slain man's gang a...