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|Directed by||Charles Lamont|
|Produced by||Ken Goldsmith|
|Written by||Charles Grayson|
|Music by||Frank Skinner|
|Edited by||Ted J. Kent|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
When a former dancing partner is killed, an entertainer looks after his baby son with the help of his girlfriend and roommate.
- Baby Sandy as Sandy
- Shirley Ross as Dianna Donovan
- Dennis O'Keefe as Jimmy Hanley
- Mischa Auer as Boris Bebenko
- Joy Hodges as Peg
- Dorothy Arnold as Sally
- Anne Gwynne as Kitty
- Anne Nagel as Beulah
- Donald Briggs as Allen Rand, theatre manager
- Richard Lane as Leo Murphy, Booking Agent
- Paul Guilfoyle as Ed Stone, Sandy's Uncle
- Mayo Methot as Ethel Stone
- Jane Darwell as Mrs. Callahan
- Spencer Charters as Magistrate
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- Rowan, Terry. World War II Goes to the Movies & Television Guide.
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