In this romantic musical, a pianist is left stranded in Tahiti. He decides to augment his band by hiring on a new singer. The other band members are skeptical of her, but they head to San Francisco to play. They bomb and the pianist must convince the band to play a new kind of music. Things begin to improve as the inevitable romance between the band leader and the singer heats up. Unfortunately, the woman is already engaged to a sailor. Later another sailor vies for affection, but in the end, she is with the right man and happiness for all involved ensues. Songs include: "Tahiti Honey" (Jule Styne, George H. Brown, Sol Meyer), "You Could Hear a Pin Drop," "Any Old Port in a Storm," "This Gets Better Every Minute," "Koni Plenty Hu-Hu," "Of Course I'm a Cossack" (Charles Newman, Lew Pollack).
by Sandra Brennan synopsis