Surprising amount of care for the musical numbers for what felt like such a B-creation. The main obstacle was adjusting to Keenan Wynn. as a leading man. The son of clownish comedian Ed Wynn wasn't exactly a looker in a traditional screen sense, so matching him with Evelyn Keyes took a little getting used to. This was sort of a rework of His Girl Friday (1940), except for a different setting, and if there's one thing Wynn did have was the gift of the gab, so he became useful in this type of annoyance scenario. The short version: He and the experience grew on me, and in the end became a proper introduction to Keenan Wynn for me.