When a new hardware store in the local mall takes away all his business, Howard must decide whether to fight or give in to the competition and say good-bye to Cunningham Hardware.
Did You Know?
The title refers to Irving Berlin
's anthem to entertainment "There's No Business Like Show Business" that was used in the movies Annie Get Your Gun
(1950) and There's No Business Like Show Business
(1954), sung in the latter movie by Ethel Merman
who originally sang it in the Broadway production of Annie Get Your Gun. The original Broadway production of "Annie Get Your Gun" opened at the Imperial Theater on May 16, 1946 and ran for 1,147 performances. See more
References Annie Get Your Gun