Nightclub entertainer Sarah Ryan and songwriter Tommy Taylor move in to the boardinghouse run by their mothers Maggie and Norah. Tommy brings along Mr. Grasselli, a "nervous wreck" who keeps to himself.. Sarah recognizes him as the gangster Chips Maguire. He killed a cop with Tommy's gun, so Tommy must now protect him. Grasselli winds up turning the boarding house into a money-making nightclub. Written by
Ed Stephan <email@example.com>
HURRY! HERE'S A HIT! (original print ad - all caps)
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Did You Know?
Producer Mark Hellinger
's dislike for executive producer Hal B. Wallis
became even stronger after this film was released. Though the film was critically acclaimed and made money for Warners, print ads at the time mentioned Wallis as executive producer (though uncredited in the film), Jack L. Warner
in charge of production and Lewis Seiler
as director, but did not even mention Hellinger, who had received screen credit as producer. This was one of the contributing factors in Hellinger's shortly thereafter leaving Warners for 20th Century-Fox. (Source: "The Mark Hellinger Story" by Jim Bishop
, New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1952) See more
All you do is talk about Grasselli. What about me?
Mrs. Nora Taylor
You'll be all right, Tommy, my boy. You just string along with Mr. Grasselli. He likes you. You're in good hands.
Sure, and they're right around my neck!
Ain't We Got Fun
Music by Richard A. Whiting
Lyrics by Gus Kahn
and Ray Egan
Sung by 'The Lady Killers Quartet' at the Roaring 90's Club
Reprised as background music by the band See more