Cast: Abel Walter; Arnold Jr. Edward; Astaire Fred; Bacon Irving; Bacon Shelby; Barris Harry; Belasco Leon; Bell James; Benedict Brooks; Berlin Irving; Brooks Ralph; Brown Donald; Cabanne William; Crosby Bing; Emerson Edward; Forbes Glen; Gallaudet John; Griffith Kenneth; Hendrian Oscar ‘Dutch’; Homans Robert; Jamison Bud; Lorraine Robert Locke; MacArthur Douglas; Murray Ross; Nace Anthony; Orchestra Bob Crosby; Porter Reed; Richards Keith; Ring Cyril; Rondell Ronald R.; Roosevelt Franklin Delano; Ruick Mel; Shea Jack; Tihmar David; Vanaire Jacques; Windheim Marek; Arnold Joan; Barnett Loretta; Barr Muriel; Beavers Louise; Bedell Patsy; Booth Karin; Clifford Ruth; Colby Marion; Dale Virginia; Douglas Laurie; Ealey June; Faye Julia; Grey Lynda; Harris Mildred; Kelly Kitty; La Planche Louise; Loring Teala; Michel Lora Lee; Novak Jane; Randall Rebel; Reynolds Marjorie; Slater Barbara; Sandrich Mark; Binyon Claude; Holmes Ben; Lawrence Bert; Myers Zion; Rice Elmer; Swann Francis; Abel David; Dolan Robert Emmett; Head Edith; Hoagland Ellsworth; Bosquet Jean; Chapman June; Crosby Bob; Dare Daniel; Douglas Eunice; Dubray Grace; King George; Lacey Norman; Ledner Sam; Mann Al; Noe Hazel; Pearce Babe; Wellman Trudy
Storyline: Lovely Linda Mason has crooner Jim Hardy head over heels, but suave stepper Ted Hanover wants her for his new dance partner after femme fatale Lila Dixon gives him the brush. Jim’s supper club, Holiday Inn, is the setting for the chase by Hanover and manager Danny Reed. The music’s the thing.
Jim Hardy and Ted Hanover have been vaudeville partners for many years but when Ted announces that he and Jim’s girlfriend, dancer Lila Dixon, are going to set off on their own, Jim decides the time has come to retire. He buys himself a farmhouse in New England and settles into the country life but soon realizes that he has an opportunity to do something special. He decides to open his inn to the public, but only on major holidays. Things are going well for him until his old partner Ted shows up and sets his sights on Jim’s new friend, Linda Mason. The film introduced the song White Christmas.