Whitney is sent to an East Coast finishing school that, unknown to her, is run by an unemployed stage troupe. The chorus girls pose as students, and the rest of the show acts as faculty, but soon all are found out. When Whitney's Hollywood-producer father comes to see her "school"
performance, he is so delighted he signs them all to contracts. An interesting opportunity to see the ever-youthful Cummings as a song-and-dance man during this second year of his film career. The funniest expression in an otherwise pallid show-business screenplay is the motto of Halliday's
Miracle movie studio: "If It's a Good Picture, It's a Miracle." This picture was no miracle. Songs ...