In the process of completing my Film Noir dvd collection, notably the missing mid-series of the 1941 (Maltese Falcon)-1958 period (Touch of Evil), the great similarity of actors and titles (rarely directors given) confused the choice and made mistaken choices quite likely. And, in the case of this movie, a rather pleasant and surprising mistake: happy hoofing, dancing and singing, excellent bands.
James Cagney, quite unlike in his gangster movie roles, but already a seasoned actor. Evelyn Daw and Mona Barrie are the females. Subject is a Hollywood offer to a New York bandleader, who is determined to have things his way rather than theirs. The usual puns on Hollywood bureaucracy, the usual women punches (women, by the way, both smart and graceful). The 1937 musical comedy is directed by Victor Schertzinger. Well worth a look.