Cary Grant stars in the Michael Curtiz-directed fictionalized biography of Cole Porter. Coming home to Indiana from Yale University, Porter (Grant) is bitten by the song-writing bug and writes his first musical, which plays for one day before the U.S. enters World War I. Although he could have used his standing in society to avoid serving, Porter enlists. After the Armistice, Porter finds fame and fortune, if not marital happiness, writing music for Broadway. But at the height of his success, he is crippled in a polo accident and begins a heroic battle to regain the use of his legs. Mary Martin and Jane Wyman also star and perform in the musical numbers.
Cary Grant, Alexis Smith, Monty Woolley, Ginny Simms, Jane Wyman, Eve Arden, Victor Francen, Alan Hale, Dorothy Malone, Tom D'Andrea, Selena Royle, Donald Woods
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