Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
In this musical drama set at the turn-of-the-century, a saloon singer marries a wealthy attorney and then begins fooling around with a series of lovers, including a boxier, his manager, and a powerful owner of a railroad who takes her to New York where she becomes a Broadway star. Unfortunately, her happiness is short-lived when her sordid past catches up with her, and she is shot. Songs included the title song "Sweetie Pie," "I'd Be Lost Without You," "Ace in the Hole," and "Sweetheart of the Blues."
ambition, bar [pub], boxing, fame, lover, magnate, manager, profession, railroad, songwriter, stars [celebrities], successor, upward-mobility, wound [injury]