Unscrupulous agent Rush makes singing waiter Clayton a big radio star while Peggy, who has lost her own radio show, helps Clayton.
Reigning favorites of the air combine with bright stars of the screen to bring you a song-studded star-spangled, gag-filled extravaganza of love and laughter!
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Did You Know?
Screenwriter Julius J. Epstein first arrived in Hollywood about 10:30 p.m. on October 14, 1933 and by midnight was collaborating on the screenplay of "Twenty Million Sweethearts" as pages had to be turned in early Monday morning. See more
Well, I've put all the kiddies east of the Mississippi to bed. How's rehearsal?
Oh awful. Some yokel stood outside the rehearsal hall making and stared at me until I nearly broke me up. What have you got a summons?
No, fan mail.
Oh. Three of them. That's two more than last week! Your public are growing up and learning to write.
Listen to this: Dear Uncle Pete. I am well. How are you? I hear you on the radio every night. Great stuff for a he man poet... Have you heard my last poem, Peggy?
Version of My Dream Is Yours
Written by James Pierpont
Played on bells to introduce Allen Jenkins
Reprised at the end of his program See more