Betty Grable stars as a Gay-Nineties Bowery saloon singer. Ever seeking an opportunity for advancement, Grable heads to London to land a wealth duke, only to have a wrench thrown into the works by a lovesick reporter who exposes her shady background.
In this semi-remake of LOVE IS NEWS (37), Betty Grable stars as a Gay-Nineties Bowery saloon singer. Ever seeking an opportunity for advancement, Grable heads to London, becomes a highbrow musical comedy "artiste", and concocts a scheme to land a wealth duke (Reginald Gardiner). Her plan is foiled by a snoopy reporter (Robert Young) from the POLICE GAZETTE who has long been a thorn in Grable's side. Young's motive has nothing to do with dishing out gossip; he's in love with Betty and wants her for his own. Tuneful frolics like SWEET ROSIE O'GRADY seem to be the collective reason that Technicolor was invented.
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