Ann Sothern wishes to marry a man her rich father disapproves of, so she concocts a scheme to get him on her side. She hires Raymond to act like an obnoxious French count, then pretends to take an interest in him in front of her father, hoping he will agree her first choice is better than the brash, selfish, insulting count. Written by
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Cabin On The Hilltop
Music and lyrics by Bert Kalmar
and Harry Ruby
Sung by an unidentified auditioner at the radio station
Reprised by Gene Raymond
at the Radio Station twice See more