Old-time musical star Schyler Jarvis, now wealthy, is dying; his last act is a visionary plan for the future happiness of his son, swing bandleader Louis Jarvis, and Honey Carter, daughter of his long-lost love. But crooked lawyer Talbot has a nefarious scheme to get his hands on the Jarvis money...and it doesn't include any happiness for Louis and Honey. Plenty of swing from Louis Jordan's Tympany Five.
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Did You Know?
During the song, "Wham, Sam! (Dig Them Gams)", a girl can be seen sitting on some steps in the background. At the end of the song, Sam Adams has suddenly appears next to her, in a position where he would have been visible during the song. See more
But you could learn to love me, darling.
I can't afford the lesson!
THE BLUES AIN'T NOTHIN'
Written by Ida Cox
Sung by Pat Rainey
Danced by Mable Lee
With Louis Jordan & The Tympany Five See more