Ann is on a short list of two for a television commercial for Pop, a new soft drink. Mr. McKorkle, the Pop representative, really believes Ann is the better choice of the two actresses, however the person chosen is required to sing, which Ann can't do very well as witnessed in her call-back audition. That's when Mr. McKorkle gets the brilliant idea to have Ann lip-sync the song for the commercial. During the filming, Ann meets her "voice", a beautiful young woman named Rose Cassanetti. Rose is represented by her musician brother, Tony Cassanetti, who gets her the odd singing job here and there. Ann believes Rose could go so much further in show business if she only had the right connections and a bit more drive in achieving show business success as a goal, which she doesn't seem to have. Ann is determined to help her, especially in getting her own agent, Seymour, to hear her sing and represent her. Donald believes Ann's meddling isn't such a good idea, at least not until Ann clears ... Written by
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The title refers to the expression "I am not my Brother's Keeper". See more
References The Singing Fool
Music & lyrics by Harry Belafonte
, Alan Greene
& Malvina Reynolds
Performed by Terre Thomas See more