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In this musical, the only one singer/dancer Alice Faye, made for Universal, a Broadway producer is in a quandary when he discovers that the opening of his newest big production coincides with that of a major charity event. He despairs that the show will close after opening night until an ingenious writer suggests that he simply give the production snob-appeal by making the tickets nearly impossible to get by fabricating a story that they were all purchased by a flamboyant Texas oil baron who is totally besotted by the show's star, Faye. Unfortunately things go haywire when a young fellow suggests that the writer (who impersonates the oilman) sign to a lucrative advertising contract. Songs include: "You're a Sweetheart," "My Fine Feathered Friend," "Who Killed Maggie?" "Scraping the Toast" and "So It's Love."

  1. David Butler

    Director

  2. Monte Brice

    Screenplay

  3. Charles Grayson

    Screenplay

  4. Warren Wilson

    Story

  5. Maxwell Shane

    Story

  6. William C. Thomas

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Alice Faye

    Alice Faye

    Betty Bradley

  2. George Murphy

    George Murphy

    Hal Adams

  3. Ken Murray

    Ken Murray

    Don King

  4. Charles Winninger

    Charles Winninger

    Cherokee Charlie

  5. Andy Devine

    Andy Devine

    Daisy Day

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You're a Sweetheart
You're a Sweetheart

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Status Released

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  • December 26, 1937
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 36m

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