"Unwelcome Stranger" might have been a better title for this film which united Crosby and Fitzgerald again in the same kind of heartwarming comedy with music they scored with in GOING MY WAY. This time, they've doffed the collar and cassock in favor of stethoscopes and scalpels, and
instead of Crosby saving Fitzgerald's church, he saves his costar's life, with four tunes by Johnny Burke and Jimmy Van Heusen tossed in for good measure. Fitzgerald, a curmudgeon (as ususal), runs a clinic in a small town and doesn't take kindly to Crosby, a recently arrived young doctor. Crosby
loves to sing, but Fitzgerald doesn't think Crosby's frequent crooning is appropriate behav...