Rhodes is a perky radio singer who just can't get a break. Her agent (May) comes up with a guaranteed public relations scheme, announcing Rhodes as the sweetheart of Carey, a recently returned hero of World War II. Of course no such romance exists, but you can bet it does by the film's
end. The simplistic plot is just an excuse for numerous musical numbers by Jule Styne and Gannon, including "My Wife's a WAAC," "What Do You Do When It Rains?" and "I'd Do It for You." The songs are the best things going for the film, which never can decide whether it's a comedy, a farce, a
musical, or a drama. Consequently, this wartime programmer is lesser fare, with an innocuous s...