Noel Coward was so upset with the Hollywood rearrangement of his score for this Jeanette MacDonald-Nelson Eddy vehicle that he forbade the sale of any more of his stage works—a reaction that seems a little extreme, given that the film is no worse than any of their others. Jeanette is a singer who marries a young violinist in 19th-century Vienna; when he goes on the skids she stands by him. With George Sanders and the standard Viennese population: Felix Bressart, Sig Rumann, Herman Bing. W.S. Van Dyke directed, in Technicolor.