Midge (O'Brien) is the luckiest girl in New York. Found abandoned as an infant, she's adopted by a cantor (Thomas), a reverend (Preston) and a Catholic cop (Murphy), who raise her together as only three loving fathers can. But when the police officer marries a saloon singer (Betty Garrett) and insists on sole custody, the trio winds up in court, where Midge, with the help of a kind-hearted judge (Edward Arnold), must decide what's best for her fathers as well as herself.
|Directed by||Norman Taurog|
|Written by||Anne Morrison Chapin, Whitfield Cook, Aben Kandel, Nanette Kutner, Miklós László|