George White's Scandals of 1936
Synopsis: Big-time Broadway producer George White lures a beautiful young aspiring actress Honey Walter's (Faye) to star his next show, " George White's 1935 Scandals." The show opens with White and his crew just completing their successful " 1934 Scandals," and then he travels along with his gal to a music hall show, where Honey is performing along with her sweetheart Eddy Taylor (Dunn.) White persuades Honey that she has what it takes to star his next big revue; she agrees and suddenly they all find themselves singing and dancing on Broadway. This film was produced while Mr. Whites real 1934 Broadway show was just wrappinmg up, the two are not connected however. There's plenty of singing and dancing in this film.
Bill " Bojangles" Robinson does some hoofing. Eleanor Powell does some great Tap dancing in this film.