This delightful musical suggested by the Broadway hit of 1924, "No, No, Nanette," features a revised story line and several additional songs. The gentle Sakall is seen telling the story of how Day and MacRae met to their two teenaged children. In flashback, Day is a wealthy heiress with
a desire to finance and star in a Broadway show. Uncle Sakall doesn't have the heart to tell her that she's been wiped out by the Wall Street crash. Day tells De Wolfe, the producer, that she's willing to put up the $25,000 necessary to underwrite the show, and when she asks guardian Sakall for
the money, he tries to avoid the truth. He says that her problem is that she always says ...