A married couple who have a song-and-dance act in vaudeville are in trouble. Their struggling act is going nowhere, they're almost broke and they have to do something to get them back on top or they'll really be in trouble. They decide to put their young son in the act in hopes of attracting some new attention. The boy turns out to be a major talent, audiences love him and the act is on its way to the top. That's when an organization whose purpose is to stop children from performing on stage shows up, and they're dead set on breaking up the act.
MUSICAL COMEDY OF THE VAUDEVILLE DAYS! (original ad - all caps)
Did You Know?
Jack Carson's guitar solo was dubbed by Tony Romano
and his piano solo by David Klatzkin
according to a contemporary source per the AFI Catalog entry on this film. See more
The Fountain in the Park
aka "While Strolling Through the Park One Day"
Written by Ed Haley See more