Visiting her two sisters and brother, singer Petey Brown lands a job at small-time-hood Nicky Toresca's nightclub. While evading the sleazy Toresca's heavy-handed passes at her, she falls in love with down-and-out ex-jazz pianist Sand Thomas, who has never quite recovered from an old divorce. While solving the problems of her sisters, brother and their next-door neighbor, the no-nonsense Petey must wait as Sand decides whether to start a new life with her or sign on with a merchant steamer. Written by
Doug Sederberg <email@example.com>
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Filmed in mid-1945, but nor released until 1947 See more
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If I Could Be with You
Music by James P. Johnson
Lyrics by Henry Creamer
Performed by Tony Romano
at the Bamboo Club See more