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In the Golden Age of Hollywood, Alice Faye was Twentieth Century Fox's Golden Girl. She combined her enduring charm with a sophisticated sensual sound that fans adored.
San Francisco's Barbary Coast is the place to be at the turn of the century and it's where aspiring businessman and piano-playing Johnny Cornell (John Payne) and his troupe entertain the well-to-do and those who have remained after the gold rush. The quartet includes the soulful, singing Trudy Evans (Alice Faye), always cheery Dan Daley (Jack Oakie) and his partner Beulah Clancy (June Havoc). When the quartet is fired from a job for being too entertaining, Johnny decides to open his own dance hall. Soon they are mixing with the elite Nob Hill socialites and Johnny falls for and marries Bernice Croft (Lynn Bari) an heiress whose intentions are purely selfish. Johnny opens an opera house that quickly drains his fortune and sends Bernice packing. Meanwhile, Trudy becomes a star overseas and when she hears about Johnny's trouble she knows just how to save him.