A Broadway singing star (Lamour) is tired of her sarong-girl image and of the manager (Cowan) who put her in that garb in the first place. She runs off to Missouri and meets a showboat owner (Nolan), then gets a job singing in his new review. It seems to be smooth sailing but the show is
dealt a blow when Frawley, a rival carnival owner, discovers Lamour's true identity and tries to keep the new show from opening by proving that Nolan's new singer is violating an old contract. This is a hit-or-miss effort with some parts working better than others. The musical numbers are what the
film is all about and Lamour gets to vocalize plenty. Her tunes include "Junior" and ...