Yet another obscure Eddie Cantor musical (1931), costarring George Raft, Charlotte Greenwood, and Frances Dean (Betty Grable), in the tale of a young man (Cantor) who becomes the patsy for a shady fortune-telling gang. The music is strictly unmemorable, but Busby Berkeley staged the dance numbers and Gregg Toland photographed them, which makes the film worth a look. Edward Sutherland, an early figure in the transition from silents to sound, directed. 77 min.