John Quinn is the ruthless manager of the night club Garden of the Moon. He has booked Rudy Vallee & his Connecticut Yankees for a season as his band, but due to a car accident Vallee can't work for a while, Quinn's secretary Toni Blake is only able to get the unknown band of Don Vincente. Quinn makes it clear to Vincente, that he has only to work for a fortneight, untill Valle is able to work. Vincente doesn't like the way of Quinn handling his personal and they start their small private war against each other. Vincente falls in love with Toni Blake, and when Vincente becomes famous, inspite of Quinn's trials to make a fool out of him and gets an offer for a radio programm, he gladly accepts. But Toni Blake don't want to leave her job in the Garden of the Moon, so Quinn starts his game to get Vincente back. Written by
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Now, look fellas, I want to break this to you gently, so hang on tight. We're booked in the Garden of the Moon, Los Angeles. You realize what this means? No more Brooklyn weddings. No more beer joints. No more Chop Suey dives. From now on we work every night and we get paid every week. Fellas, this is it!
The credits are printed into a restaurant menu and the pages are turned by a male hand. See more
Garden of the Moon
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
and Johnny Mercer
Played during the opening credits and often in the score
Sung by Mabel Todd
with Harry Seymour
Also sung by John Payne
with the orchestra See more