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One in a series of B pictures that teamed Joan Blondell and Glenda Farrell as brassy dames usually on the run or on the make. Here they get talked into a fixed beauty pageant so they can scram California and get back to Broadway and chorus girl jobs. They run a ring toss concession in a carny.
Fast and funny but without much substance, the girls are a good comedy team, usually aided by stock players from Warners: Hugh Herbert, Allen Jenkins, Minna Gombell, Mary Treen, Marie Wilson, Eddie Acuff, Warren Hull, Mabel Colcord, Sarah Edwards, Mary Doran, Jack Norton, and Guinn Williams.
Farrell and Blondell are always worth watching but in between a few laughs there's not much going on here. Hugh Herbert gets the most laughs with his HOO HOO act, mimicked by Farrell at one point, but Hull is pretty dull and no one else has much to do. The boxing angle with Jenkins is pretty lame.
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