A playboy (Robert Cummings) persuades a waitress (Deanna Durbin) to pose as his fiancee in order to please his dying grandfather (Charles Laughton). Romantic comedy complications ensue(the script is by that old spitballer, Norman Krasna) when grandpa starts to recover and Cummings's real fiancee (Margaret Tallichet) turns up. Durbin warbles selections from Tchaikovsky, Valverde, and Dvorak in this 1941 item, which is nevertheless widely reputed to be the best of her Universal vehicles. Henry Koster directed. 90 min.