In 1944, Frank Sinatra was the biggest singing star in show business. He got his first movie top-billing in STEP LIVELY, a musical version of the old play "Room Service" (which also served as the springboard for the 1938 Marx Brothers film). Sinatra plays Glen, a yokel who has written a
play and sent a copy of it--along with his savings of $1,500--to fast-talking producer Miller (George Murphy). Checking up on the status of his work, Glen finds Miller holed up in a New York City hotel with 22 actors and a large unpaid bill and learns that his money has been used to finance
another show, now in rehearsals. Enter attorney Jenkins (Eugene Pallette), representing a cli...