A hit in the Broadway season of 1931-32. This cheerful and tender Cinderella play tells the story of a plain and underfed but very efficient stenographer, who first gets a position as secretary to a great Viennese bank president and at last she becomes his wife. To bring this about she discards her plain office clothes, adorns herself in a becoming evening dress and decides to make her employer realize that she is more than a writing machine. Her change of costume effects so complete a transformation that everyone who sees her hails her as ravishing and exquisite; so much so that the bank president asks her - little Susie Sachs - to become his wife - the Baroness von Ullrich, if you please. A captivating and refreshing comedy.