Reginald Owen as Detlaff; Cesar Romero as Joe; Alan Hale as Maurice Schlapkohl; Ann Miller as Bit Part; Beulah Bondi as Dr. Schultz; Frank Morgan as Konrad; Gino Corrado as Second Barber; Herbert Marshall as Dr. Max Sporum; Eric Blore as Dr. Metz; George Davis as Chauffeur; Gavin Gordon as Meredith; Jane Withers as Child; Torben Meyer as Head Waiter; Edmund Mortimer as Nightclub Extra; Ted Billings as Shoeshine Man
NR (Not Rated)
In 1930s Budapest, naï¿½ve orphan Luisa Ginglebuscher becomes an usherette at the local movie house, determined to succeed in her first job by doing good deeds for others and maintaining her purity. Luisa's well-meaning lies get her caught between a lecherous businessman, Konrad, and a decent but confused doctor, Max Sporum. When Luisa convinces Konrad that she's married to Max, Konrad tries everything he can to get rid of the baffled doctor.