Approved | | Comedy, Musical, Romance
Three struggling theatrical performers meet a famous songwriter who is trying to convince a wealthy oilman to finance a musical he is scripting, promising them stardom if it comes to fruition.
Doris Day did not want to make Lucky Me (1954), but did so only to finish out her contract with Warner Bros., which she did with this film and Young at Heart (1954).
Lucky me! / Down the four leaf clover highway, all the signs are pointing my way. / Yes siree. / For lucky me, lucky me, yes siree. / With a lucky star to guide me, and the one I love beside me. / Life can be, so fancy free! / Don't you wish that ...
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