Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
In this musical, a young woman from a small town heads for New York where she hopes to become a famous singer. She has no idea that she is going to inherit millions; her relatives keep this a secret so that she will not be taken advantage of by a gigolo. They are wise, for soon she falls in love with an amiable but goofy singer who makes his living dubbing the singing voice of an aging singer. When the almost has-been singer learns of the girl's financial worth, he tries to break in on the happy couple. Fortunately he fails and their romance is only strengthened. Songs include: "Lonely Love" (Everett Carter, Ray Sinatra), "Lou Lou Louisiana" (Carter, Milton Rosen), "What a Change in the Weather" (Kim Gannon, Walter Kent), "These Hazy, Lazy Old Hills" and "All the Things I Wanna Say."
love-conquers-all, stars [celebrities], fortune [wealth]