A youthful John Mills shakes a leg in white tie & tails in his pre-war days as a song & dance man while Coral Browne (billed as 'Brown') looks as worldly as she did nearly forty years later in 'Theatre of Blood' as the Other Woman in a cautionary tale told in flashback to Mills and fiancée June Clyde by Arthur Sinclair to lend a bit of weight to this otherwise lightweight musical revue.
Browne towers over most of the rest of the cast in her slinky thirties gown; a fate spared Mills as their scenes take place in different time frames.
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