Marion and Meg Bradford, two ex-actresses, have made their Hollywood boarding house a second home for the aspiring performers who live with them. The mortgage is invariably behind and the menus could stand improvement, but the two sisters offer their guests a sincerity of interest and compassion rare in the movie capital. Marion writes plays and Meg watches TV, but they both share the ups and downs of their boarders, a varied and intriguing group, to say the least. Into this lively setting comes Laura Williams, a lovely young actress glowing with talent and determination. A romantic triangle forms, Marion sells a play to a movie producer, and then tragedy strikes when Laura is injured in an automobile accident. But in the end all is set right, and everyone finds his or her "rainbow," and the "pot of gold" that awaits.
First produced at the Glendale (Cal.) Centre Theatre. A captivating and warm-hearted comedy about life in a Hollywood boarding house, where an engaging group of "hopefuls," young and old, await the "big break" which will sweep them on to success and stardom.