Jobless, homeless and starving Freddie Joyzelle is saved by Mike Fall from the clutches of a masher, and is then invited to stay with him and his musician partners for at least two weeks. The four men call themselves The Four Seasons because of their surnames: there is also Joe Spring, Happy Winter and Pete Summer. Besides joining their group as a violinist, Freddie cooks and cleans for them and even gets them a gig at the Little Aregon restaurant after they are fired for asking for a raise at their old job. She is from the country of Aregon and knows the owner, Mr. Keppel, also from Aregon. When Prince Nicholaus of Aregon pays a visit to the restaurant and recognizes Freddie, he kisses her on the forehead, creating front page news that makes the restaurant famous. Keppel decides to open a larger restaurant because of the increase in business. Although Mike and Freddie love each other, Mike gets jealous at the attention Freddie gives the Prince, and quits the group two hours before ... Written by
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Did You Know?
The Kepple character talking to Frederika says, and this may be a slight paraphrase, "Say, what's the 'n-word' in the woodpile?" However the 'n-word' is blanked out of the soundtrack on the TCM print. See more
Freddie, you're a marvel. And we certainly appreciate what you've done.
Well, but, Mike look what you boys do for me. Where I would be if you not let me stay here last night.
Oh, you'd have been alright. Anybody would grab the chance to help you over a tough spot.
But, you do help me. And I'm very grateful, Mike.
Oh, but I don't want you to be grateful, Freddie. I want you to like me.
Oh, but I do like you.
That isn't enough. I want you to get all hot and bothered over me. Don't you think you ...
Version of That Girl from Paris
Lovable and Sweet
Music by Oscar Levant
Lyrics by Sidney Clare
Performed by John Harron
, Ned Sparks
, Jack Oakie
, Guy Buccola
dubbed by Gus Arnheim and His Coconut Grove Ambassadors
(played or sung four times) See more