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Fresh from Paris Reviews

A gardener (Corrigan) posing as a millionaire offers to finance a show put on by Tucker, but Tucker discovers he's a fraud. The quickly made film (five days) contains all the stereotyped characters usually involved in backstage musicals, including a dizzy singer (Margaret Whiting) and a girl who is just in awe of all the goings-on. The original title dated the film too much for all save nostalgists, so when the film was re-released its overripeness was concealed with this new title. Songs include "Can This Be Love?," "I Love a Circus," "Have You Ever Been in Paris?," "I'm All Aglow Again," "I'm in a Mood Tonight" (Pony Sherrell, Phil Moody), "The Hum Song" (Sid Kuller).