During a band contest, the leader of a dance band falls in love with his competition--the leader of an all-girl's orchestra.

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During a band contest, the leader of a dance band falls in love with his competition--the leader of an all-girl's orchestra.

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Twelfth Street Rag
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Music by Euday L. Bowman
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Unpretentious Charmer Thanks to the Two Leads
6 April 2007 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

Nothing fancy here, with the bonus of a 1935 British setting, Mainly it's the very appealing presence of two American performers, June Clyde, plus Buddy Roger's easygoing manner, that makes this one worthwhile. The music isn't bad, either. I'm curious where these programmers played in the US, since they were pretty much a rare kind of thing--a "B" imported British musical.

Another dubious attraction is one hell of a scary dance team in the middle of it (the female looks like an anorexic Cruella DeVille), but aside from that it's the one time we will probably ever see The Chinese Syncopators! I wonder whatever happened to them?


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