Winnie Wharton gets an audition to sing at the Intime nightclub at the urging of Ted "Lucky" Lorimer, and with Tommy Blake as her pianist, she becomes a big hit. Tommy falls in love with her, but because he senses she fell for Lucky, who became her manager, he remains silent. Lucky says he doesn't want to get married, but he actually has his sights on rich socialite Iris Marvin, who rejects him. Feeling that her refusal was because of the difference in their wealth, Lucky opens up a gambling house to get rich. When Iris' brother loses $30,000 gambling, he steals Iris' jewels to pay his debt to Lucky, who is then arrested for robbery when the theft is reported to the police. But Iris' butler, Morse, saw Ronnie steal the jewels and tells Iris, who bails Lucky out and then marries him. Meanwhile, Winnie gave all her money to a crooked lawyer to get Lucky out of jail, but the lawyer skips town so she can't recover the money. When Lucky hears this, he secretly backs a show for Winnie to ...
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Red hot rhythm...against a background of Broadway night life!
Did You Know?
The airplane shown as taking Lucky and Iris on their honeymoon is a 1933 Boeing 247D, registration NC13334, flown by United Airlines. See more
Playboy of Paree
Music by Allie Wrubel
Lyrics by Mort Dixon
Sung by Wini Shaw
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