A modest plot was the excuse for even more modest musical numbers, with only the appearances of such talents as Crosby, Laine, and the Mills Brothers to highlight them. Courtland is a cowpoke who comes to Hollywood with remote thoughts of getting into show business. Cowan is an owner of
a recording company on the financial edge because of the boss's yen for gambling. Mistaking Courtland for a Texas millionaire, Cowan attempts to hitch him up with his daughter. But it doesn't take; the cowboy falls for Albright and becomes a recording star in the process. Songs include: "When
You're Smiling" (Mark Fisher, Joe Goodwin, Larry Shay, sung by Frankie Laine, Jerome Courtl...