Charley Keane is a well-known vaudeville performer who seems to have everything going for him--fame, money, and a beautiful daughter whom he dotes on. Unfortunately, things start to slide downhill for Charley, both career-wise and in his personal life. His manager is crooked, he is spending too much money and doesn't have enough coming in, and his daughter becomes an actress and her fame starts to eclipse his,
Thrilling! Tender! Hilarious!
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Did You Know?
Originally, the film was presumed lost. So it turns out that in February 1956, Jack Warner sold the rights to all of his pre-December 1949 films to Associated Artists Productions. This film could be shown on television, it is unknown. In 1969, United Artists Corporation donated most of Warner Bros. films to the Library of Congress. See more