The first operetta written expressly for the screen (1930), penned by Oscar Hammerstein and Sigmund Romberg and directed by Alan Crosland. With Vivienne Segal, Walter Pidgeon, Alexander Gray, and, in a small part, Bela Lugosi. Filmed in two-strip Technicolor. On the same program, Lambchops, a George Burns and Gracie Allen comedy short (1929).