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Directed by 

Norman Taurog

Writing Credits  

Walter DeLeon ... (screenplay) &
Francis Martin ... (screenplay) &
Ralph Spence ... (screenplay)
 
Jack Mintz ... (continuity)
 
David Boehm ... (contributor to treatment) (uncredited)
Julius J. Epstein ... (contributor to treatment) (uncredited)
Mary Flannery ... (contributor to treatment) (uncredited)
Grant Garett ... (contributor to special sequences) (uncredited)
Bert Hanlon ... (contributor to treatment) (uncredited)
George Marion Jr. ... (contributor to treatment) (uncredited)
J.P. McEvoy ... (contributor to treatment) (uncredited)
John P. Medbury ... (contributor to treatment) (uncredited)
Paul Finder Moss ... (contributor to treatment) (uncredited)
Henry Myers ... (contributor to treatment) (uncredited)
S.J. Perelman ... (contributor to treatment) (uncredited)
Harry Ruskin ... (contributor to special sequences) (uncredited)
Jane Storm ... (contributor to treatment) (uncredited)
Eddie Welch ... (contributor to special sequences) (uncredited)

Cast (in credits order)  

Jack Oakie ...
Spud Miller
...
...
Lyda Roberti ...
Countess Ysobel de Naigila
Wendy Barrie ...
Sue
Henry Wadsworth ...
Smiley
C. Henry Gordon ...
Gordoni
Benny Baker ...
Herman
...
Bing
...
...
Mrs. Sealingsworth
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David Holt ...
Brother
...
Little Girl in Hospital
Guy Standing ...
Doctor (as Sir Guy Standing)
Gail Patrick ...
Nurse
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Specialty
Ray Noble ...
Band Leader
Ina Ray Hutton ...
Fayard Nicholas ...
Dot
Harold Nicholas ...
Dash
...
Boris
Samuel S. Hinds ...
Captain
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Will Bradley ...
Band Member: Trombone (as Ray Noble and His Orchestra)
Jim Cannon ...
Band Member: Reeds (as Ray Noble and His Orchestra)
Charles J. Correll ...
Dan D'Andrea ...
Band Member: Violin (as Ray Noble and His Orchestra)
Louis Da Pron ...
Louis Da Pron
The Dandridge Sisters ...
Singing Sisters
...
Member of the Dandridge Sisters (as The Dandridge Sisters)
Vivian Dandridge ...
Member of the Dandridge Sisters (as The Dandridge Sisters)
Pee Wee Erwin ...
Band Members: Trumpet (as Ray Noble and His Orchestra)
Frank Forest ...
Frank Forest
Bud Freeman ...
Band Member: Reeds (as Ray Noble and His Orchestra)
Carlos Gardel ...
Freeman F. Gosden ...
Bill Hartly ...
Band Member: Drums (as Ray Noble and His Orchestra)
Etta Jones ...
Member of the Dandridge Sisters (as The Dandridge Sisters)
Delmar Kaplan ...
Band Member: String Bass (as Ray Noble and His Orchestra)
Glenn Miller ...
Band Members: Trombone (as Ray Noble and His Orchestra)
Johnny Mince ...
Band Members: Reeds (as Ray Noble and His Orchestra)
Nick Pisani ...
Band Members: Violin (as Ray Noble and His Orchestra)
Fritz Prospero ...
Band Members: Violin (as Ray Noble and His Orchestra)
Ray Noble and His Orchestra ...
Band (as Ray Noble and His Orchestra)
Charlie Spivak ...
Band Member: Trumpet (as Ray Noble and His Orchestra)
Claude Thornhill ...
Band Members: Piano (as Ray Noble and His Orchestra)
George Van Eps ...
Band Member: Guitar (as Ray Noble and His Orchestra)
Eleanore Whitney ...
Eleanore Whitley
Wiener Sängerknaben ...
Choeur
Willie West and McGinty ...
Milt Yaner ...
Band Member: Reeds (as Ray Noble and His Orchestra)
Richard Alexander ...
Salvo (uncredited)
Stanley Andrews ...
Gordoni's Servant with Dog (uncredited)
...
Dog (uncredited)
Arthur Aylesworth ...
Bill Collector (uncredited)
Virginia Bassett ...
Woman in Old Ladies' Home (uncredited)
William Burress ...
Musician (uncredited)
Georgia Caine ...
Matron (uncredited)
...
Sewer Worker (uncredited)
Betty Jane Cooper ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Jessica Dragonette ...
Jessican Dragonette (uncredited)
...
Mustached Worker (uncredited)
Mabel Forrest ...
Executive's Wife (uncredited)
Mildred Gover ...
Black Cook Spilling Milk (uncredited)
Chuck Hamilton ...
Pablo (uncredited)
Tom Hanlon ...
Radio Announcer (uncredited)
Lillian Harmer ...
(uncredited)
Leon Holmes ...
Messenger Boy (uncredited)
Arthur Stuart Hull ...
Radio Executive (uncredited)
William Irving ...
Photographer (uncredited)
Suzanne Kaaren ...
Young Woman in Negligee (uncredited)
Phyllis Lee ...
Woman in Auto (uncredited)
Edward LeSaint ...
Doctor (uncredited)
Rosalie Lincoln ...
Dancer in Miss Brown To You (uncredited)
Hank Mann ...
Mustached Worker (uncredited)
Jack Mulhall ...
Radio Executive (uncredited)
Mary Stewart ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Al Thompson ...
Servant (uncredited)
Fred 'Snowflake' Toones ...
Shoeshine Boy (uncredited)
Judith Vosselli ...
Modiste (uncredited)
Peggy Watts ...
Woman in Auto (uncredited)
Larry Wheat ...
Radio Executive (uncredited)
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Produced by 

Benjamin Glazer ... producer
Henry Herzbrun ... executive producer (uncredited)

Music by 

John Leipold ... (uncredited)

Cinematography by 

Leo Tover ... (photographed by)

Film Editing by 

Ellsworth Hoagland

Art Direction by 

Hans Dreier
Robert Usher

Makeup Department 

Carmen Dirigo ... hair stylist (uncredited)
Bernard Ponedel ... makeup artist (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Arthur Jacobson ... assistant director (uncredited)
Edward Montagne ... second assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department 

Stanley Goldsmith ... props (uncredited)
Bertram C. Granger ... set dresser (uncredited)
Al Hurley ... props (uncredited)
Joe Keller ... props (uncredited)

Sound Department 

John Cope ... sound recordist (as J.N. Cope)
Gene Merritt ... sound recordist (as E.P. Merritt) / sound mixer (uncredited)
Frank Pheney ... sound recordist (uncredited)
Lou Pitt ... stage engineer (uncredited)
John Smirch ... mike grip (uncredited)

Visual Effects by 

Farciot Edouart ... special photographic effects
Gordon Jennings ... special photographic effects

Camera and Electrical Department 

Andrew J. Durkus ... grip (uncredited)
Harry Hallenberger ... second camera operator (uncredited)
F.T. Hoffman ... electrician (uncredited)
Jim Hunter ... company grip (uncredited)
Art Lane ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Henry Schuster ... gaffer (uncredited)
James Tait ... set lighting assistant (uncredited)
Richard Walling ... still photographer (uncredited)
Stanley Williams ... set lighting foreman (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Ray Camp ... wardrobe: men
Hazel Hegarty ... wardrobe: women

Editorial Department 

Alma Macrorie ... assistant editor (uncredited)

Music Department 

Nat W. Finston ... musical director (as Nathaniel Finston)
George Stoll ... musician: violin accompaniment, Bing Crosby's specialty number (uncredited)

Other crew 

LeRoy Prinz ... stager: dance ensembles
Adolph Zukor ... presenter
Roland Asher ... business manager (uncredited)
Claire Behnke ... script clerk (uncredited)
Ralph Huston ... publicist (uncredited)
Theodore Reed ... assistant to the producer (uncredited)

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