Bonita Granville, Allan Jones, Jess Barker, George Cleveland, Fuzzy Knight, Oscar O'Shea, Renny McEvoy, Olin Howlin, Bob Merrill, Spade Cooley and His Orchestra.
Universal's Señorita From the West embellished the oft-told tale of the ambitious youngster who arrives in the big city fresh from the backwoods, with a couple of plot twists that were more contrived than ingenious. The youngster, played by Bonita Granville, is a gold-mine heiress, except that her guardians haven't informed her of the fact lest she should fall prey to some fortune-hunting city slicker. The man she does eventually choose is a bashful singer (Allan Jones) who ghosts for 'crooner' Jess Barker, a con artist who learns of Miss Granville's wealth and immediately sets out to ensnare her. Songs and musical numbers included: "Lonely Love" by Everett Carter and Ray Sinatra, "Lou Lou Louisiana" by Everett Carter and Milton Rosen, "What A Change In The Weather" by Kim Gannon and Walter Kent, "These Hazy, Lazy Old Hills" and "All The Things I Wanna Say."
(The Hollywood Musical, Clive Hirschhorn, 1981).
Bonita Granville with Spade Cooley and His Orchestra (scanned by webmaster).