The influence from American musicals is obvious, and presented in 1945 everything inspired from that culture had some extra appeal. However budgets never rose to American levels, so the dance scenes are cramped into a small studio area. The singing leads are perfect, and actually you never saw Else-Marie and Hans Kurt singing together that often on the silver screen. Their performances are brilliant, and the scores are quite excellent as well. The melodies might be forgettable, but they present the spark of the moment elevating the presentation. The storyline has been seen before, as young artists suddenly making it big and getting into a production of a musical show to be presented on film. But when was a musical ever original on the subject matter? For the handsome lead to appeal to women, he must act out as a bachelor. He is married, however, to the female lead, and the secret give rise to some intrigue twists where jealousy is a dramatic drive, but to the surprise of no one everything is cleared, so we can end our cinema evening on a happy note.
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