In Jack’s house, Rochester tries to interest Jack in attending the party for the Oscars. Will he just go to bed, or go with Mary to the movies? Phone calls for Sam’s meat market vcome in, Bob Crosby visits, and Jack has Rochester help him on with a tight collar and button. Tuning in the radio, Bob Crosby sings, Heart of My Hearts.
Free tickets were the cause that made Jack change his mind about going to the movies, and the freebies keep coming when Bob invites Jack out after the show. Mary arrives, but that tight collar button keeps plaguing Jack. After some clowning around in the theater, Jack and Mary meet up with Sam Goldwin
The famous movie mogul may make some good films, but he can barely keep a straight face in delivering his jokes. Will Jack impress Sam into letting him be a leading man in a future film? At any rate, Sam joins Jack and Mary for a night on the town.
In the nightclub, Frank Nelson serves their table, joking about the menu, prices, and Jack’s being a cheapskate. Will Jack have to pay his bill, or will that freebie from Bob Crosby come through for him?
Tommy Dorsey – The Sunnyside of the Street,