In 1898, composer Sid Barnett manages to get his sweetheart, Adeline the beer-garden singer, to sing the lead in his new Broadway operetta; this infuriates Elysia, the erstwhile star. But Sid frets as Adeline spends increasing amounts of time with the dashing Major Day.
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A MAGNIFICENT PICTURIZATION OF THE STAGE TRIUMPH THAT MADE AMERICA YOUNG AGAIN! (Buffalo Courier-Express,((Buffalo, NY)) 15 January 1935)
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The action takes place in 1898, but two cast members sing the title song, "You're the Flower of My Heart, Sweet Adeline", which wasn't published until 1903. See more
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Music by Harry Armstrong
Lyric by Richard H. Gerard
Played during the opening credits
Reprised by the band at Schmidt's beer garden
Sung later by Hugh Herbert
and Donald Woods See more