New York city in the 1920s: a singer struggles to keep her boyfriend from trouble. When she makes it to Ziegfeld, he heads for five years in jail. Lots of Faye and Jolson singing. The story is so close to the true story of Fanny Brice and Nicky Arnstein (Jules W. Arndt Stein) that he sued the studio in a case that was quickly settled out of court in his favor. Written by
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Featured in Take It or Leave It
"I'm Always Chasing Rainbows"
Music by Harry Carroll
Played while Tyrone Power
and Alice Faye
are dancing at Buck's party
Reprised in the background during Buck and Rose's emotional scene in her bedroom suite See more