Ding Dong Williams, a clarinet player who can neither read nor write music is employed at a motion picture studio. The studio plans to use him and his six-piece band but his musical deficiencies are discovered and the plan scrapped. But the secretary of the head of the music department intercedes on his behalf and he is given a chance in the film. Written by
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Did You Know?
According to a story in the Hollywood Reporter, this was to be the first in a series of movies based on the Ding Dong character, but no other movie was ever made. See more
Candlelight and Wine
Music by Jimmy McHugh
Lyrics by Harold Adamson
Played at the nightclub and sung by Anne Jeffreys See more