In a luxury hotel stage director Nicoleff stages a show to get the money to pay his bills. Mrs. Prentiss, who is backing the show wants her daughter Ann to marry the millionaire T. Mosely Thorpe, but Ann falls in love with Dick Curtis, while Dick's girl friend marries Ann's brother Humbolt. But the hotel secretary Betty knows a way to avoid dificulties with old Mrs. Prentiss. Written by
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Did You Know?
Although she is sometimes credited with being the contralto co-dubbing Joan Blondell in the "Remember My Forgotten Man" number, writer Miles Kreuger states in the November 1975 issue of "Films in Review" that Anderson denied to him that she sang in the film. See more
In the scene where many people pay 25 dollars each for tickets to the charity musical (59:10 into the film) the money being paid is very clearly in pesos. In fact, each of the top bills clearly states 'Vente Pesos' and are obviously not American bills. Yet, all the dialog keeps referring to 'dollars' and there is no indication that Lake Waxapahachie, where the resort is located, is anything but an American resort. See more
Remind me after the show to slap your face.
Nicoleff never forgets.
The Words Are in My Heart
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Played during the opening photo credits and often in the score
Sung by Dick Powell
during the boat scene
Also sung by Dick Powell
and ensemble during the show See more