A tunesmith, a user and an out-and-out heel, puts the stories of his broken romances into song, turning old love letters into lyrics, and capitalizing on the death of his best friend to turn it into the subject of a tear-jerker that turns into a hit.
Directors: Harry Beaumont, William Nigh
Cast: Charles Kaley, Ethelind Terry, Marion Shilling, Cliff Edwards, Gwen Lee, Benny Rubin, Drew Demorest, Jack Byron, Rita Flynn, Hazel Craven, Gino Corrado, Pauline Paquette, Iris Adrian, Jack Benny, Ann Dvorak, Bill Elliott, Jack Harvey, Eddie Kane, Virginia Sale, Larry Steers
Roy, a cafe pianist and songwriter, uses his various romantic attachments as sources for creative inspiration, and when a girl who is infatuated with him shows him a bundle of old love letters, he exploits this material so successfully that he goes on to repeat the process with number of other girls. He finally stages his own vaudeville act with Nancy, a girl he discovers in a piano store. His friend Joe tries to save Roy from his habit of breaking hearts but himself dies as a result of his efforts. Consequently, Roy agrees to marry Nancy and give up his posture of a Broadway Lord Byron
DVD5 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC | 4:3 | 720×480 | 6700 kbps | 4.2Gb
Audio: English AC3 2.0 @ 192 Kbps
01:20:00 | USA | Musical, Romance, Drama
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