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Co-ed beauties making whoopee. Catchy song hits. New dances. And the "Boop-Boopa-Boop" girl, Helen Kane, cooing romance. You'll roll off your seat laughing. (Print Ad- St. Paris News-Dispatch,((St. Paris, Ohio)) 14 November 1929)

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Sheet music from this movie can be seen propped up on a piano in the 1947 Columbia short OUT WEST starring The Three Stooges. See more »

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Remade as Collegiate (1936) See more »

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Alma Mammy
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Music by Richard A. Whiting (as Richard Whiting)
Lyrics by George Marion Jr.
Performed by Jack Oakie
Reprised twice by the students
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Great fun with Helen Kane!
31 December 1998 | by (smorris@cnw.com) – See all my reviews

Helen Kane steals the whole show at Pelham College. She does the "Prep-Step" with Jack Oakie and watches the boys from a tree . .. until she gets caught.

Lots of good songs. Nancy Caroll sings "My Sweeter Than Sweet" and Helen sings "He's So Unusual" later made famous again by Cyndi Lauper.

They used to show TV prints of this one but now . . .who knows where it is. Paramount films are disintegrating fast.


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