This delightful Temple vehicle features Shirley as Ching-Ching, the ward of a group of murdered missionaries. She finds refuge in Robert Young's car, which is then loaded onto an ocean liner. When Young weds Alice Faye, the couple decide to adopt Temple as their own, but soon separate and
file for divorce. Temple turns on the charm and convinces Young and Faye to remain husband and wife. The little moppet's most memorable bit is her impersonation of Al Jolson, Eddie Cantor, and Ginger Rogers (dancing with a Fred Astaire doll). Songs include "Good Night, My Love," "One Never Knows,
Does One" (sung by Faye), "You Gotta S-M-I-L-E to Be H-A-P-P-Y," "I Wanna Go to the Z...