Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
In this WWII musical, a young hero and his buddy decide to celebrate his receiving the Medal of Honor by partying. He is terribly excited about seeing his fiancée again. Unfortunately, she has fallen for another in his absence. He is later consoled by a lovely radio singer. Songs include "All the Time" (Ralph Freed, Sammy Fain, sung by Pat Kirkwood), "Isn't It Wonderful" (Kay Thompson, sung by Kirkwood), "Love on a Greyhound Bus" (Thompson, Ralph Blane, George Stoll), "It'll Be Great to Be Back Home" (Charles Martin), "Old Sad Eyes" (Irving Kahal, Fain), "When It's Love" (Edgar De Lange, Nicholas Kharito), "Oye Negra" (performed by Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra).
conflict, courage, fiancee, home, honor [recognition], jilted, love, medal, military, musical [play], orchestra, radio, romance, sailor, songwriter