The managers of heavyweight champion Larry Cain and Broadway musical star Mabel O'Dare scheme up a romance to give the celebrities more glamour. But the two don't hit it off, having started on the wrong foot.
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Warner Brothers' Biggest Musical Extravaganza in Three Years!
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Despite being a financial and critical disappointment, this film's production was a great source of publicity for Warner Brothers, particularly when it came to the expansion of Stage 16, so that the musical number "A Thousand Love Songs" could be filmed there. Sheilah Graham
, a syndicated entertainment columnist, reported that raising the stage 35 feet in height took four weeks (with 200) workers, and cost $300,000. See more
During the bout where Gable is knocked out, the camera shows the lighted round indicator. Indicating round 2, the counter changes to 8, denoting progression of time. Back on the fight, the film shows the indicator at round 7 when he is KO'ed. Never got to round 8. See more
Jacob 'Jake' Sherman
See you later, my little artichoke.
All right, my Spanish onion.
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Played at the rehearsals in the theater and hotel room
Performed by Marion Davies
, Sammy White
and chorus See more