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>
There should be a law against knowing the things I found out about men!
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Filmed in mid-1945, but nor released until 1947 See more
I'd make you sing the blues, honey.
I'll take that chance.
Featured in Okay for Sound
Music by Jerome Kern
Lyrics Oscar Hammerstein II
Credited but not in final print See more