Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
In this lightweight musical comedy, an aspiring songwriter tries to make it big on Broadway. Later his uncle decides to show him all about the world and so hires three gorgeous show girls to take him around the Big Apple. All three of the opportunistic young lasses find themselves attracted to the man; of course it doesn't hurt that he is heir to $350 million. He does choose one of them. Songs include: "My Future Just Passed", "The Pickup" "Business Girl", "Pepola", "I'd Like to Be a Bee in Your Boudoir", "You Appeal to Me" and "Do You Play, Madame?" (George Marion, Jr., Richard A. Whiting, sung by Buddy Rogers).
stage, bachelor, behind-the-scenes, heir, inheritance, millionaire, romance, showgirl, songwriter, stars [celebrities]