Al Stone is singing waiter in a speakeasy who is in love with Molly, the singing star at the speakeasy, but she spurns him. Al gets his big break and goes on to become a Broadway sensation. Written by
"When there are gray skies, I don't mind the gray skies, you make them blue---Sonny Boy."
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A smash hit grossing over $4 million, it was the most successful film in Warner Brothers history calculated at the completion of its initial release. See more
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California, Here I Come
Music by Joseph Meyer
Played during the intertitle about the "following four years" See more