A disappointing musical on most levels, this film managed to show a few dollars' profit, probably because Joan Blondell and Dick Powell became husband and wife immediately prior to its release, and fans wanted to see the electricity between them. Blondell is a musical performer with a
minimum of talent who puts up the money for a stage show that Powell is to direct. They immediately bang heads, of course. Frank McHugh is Powell's right-hand man and provides the comedy as the couple battle, fall out, and come right back together again when she backs yet another show. Warren
William is the savvy producer who smooths matters over between the pair. Not even the usually...