Lyrics by Lorenz
Music by Richard Rodgers
Produced by First National Pictures
Directed by Clarence Badger
Starring: Ben Lyon, Ona Munson and
He is one of the best riveters in the union, but he is still a day laborer.
She comes from money, but when they saw each other, it was love at first
sight. They date, they dance, they fall for each other. First, she had to
say no to Clay, which was easy. Then she had to bring Hap to meet her parents,
which was not easy. Hap is the wrong type, but he dislikes their lifestyle
as much as they do his. But if it is to work, he will be the sole support
of Juliette and he cares not for her money.
Although nothing to get too excited about, this somewhat dated musical comedy
does contain a couple of lilting Rodgers and Hart tunes and some fairly
good comedy by Tom Dugan and the underrated Inez Courtney. And it is fun
to see the future Mr. Miniver, Walter Pidgeon, when he was still playing
society cads. Leading lady Ona Munson, meanwhile, enjoyed a rather checkered
career that culminated in her playing the quintessential goodhearted whore,
Belle Watling, in Gone With the Wind (1939).