When the road-show that Ted Howard, a singer, and Mary, a chorus-dancer, goes broke and the company is stranded in the sticks, Ted Uses his own savings to get them all back to New York. Ted and Mary form a team and are doing well when Valenska, a musical comedy queen, asks Ted to join her as an act. Since the offer doesn't include Mary, Ted refuses. But, Mary, who loves Ted, knows this is Ted's big chance, and she instigates a situation that leads to the break-up of their team. Ted does do well, but is also used by Valenska as her boy-toy. When they open a big show, Mary is there as a member of the chorus. This does not set well with Valenska. There are some problems. Written by
Les Adams <email@example.com>
Laughter and songs, beautiful girls, gorgeous costumes, snappy dance numbers - plus a love story that is beautifully tender! (original ad)
See more »
Did You Know?
Referenced in That Night's Wife
Does an Elephant Love Peanuts?
Written by James F. Hanley
Sung by Jack Egan
Danced by Jack Egan
and Sally O'Neill
Copyright 1929 by Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc. See more