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Four Jills in a Jeep (1944)

 |  Music, Romance, War  |  17 March 1944 (USA)
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Reenactments of actual USO experiences of its female stars entertaining troops overseas.

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Complete credited cast:
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Kay Francis
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Martha Raye ...
Martha Raye
Mitzi Mayfair ...
Mitzi Mayfair
Jimmy Dorsey ...
Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra ...
John Harvey ...
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Eddie
Dick Haymes ...
Lt. Dick Ryan
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Alice Faye
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Betty Grable
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Carmen Miranda
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Master of Ceremonies
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Sentry (scenes deleted)
Renee Carson ...
Swedish Maid (scenes deleted)
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Reenactments of actual USO experiences of its female stars entertaining troops overseas.

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Music | Romance | War

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17 March 1944 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Cuatro chicas a la guerra  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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The Harold Adamson lyrics for the song "Ohio" were discarded. Mitzi Mayfair danced to Jimmy McHugh's melody played by Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra. On the Decca recording by Mr. Dorsey, the lyrics were restored for his singer Gladys Tell. See more »

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Edited into All This and World War II (1976) See more »

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Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Mack Gordon
Sung by Alice Faye
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20 September 2010 | by (Ramsey, NJ) – See all my reviews

Except for the musical numbers, this picture was a waste of time and talent by all concerned. The humor is strictly cornball and the plot is non-existent, the acting stilted and self-conscious. The sole bright spot is Martha Raye, who shows off her particular brand of manic comedy as well as a pretty fair singing voice. The usually dependable Phil Silvers is also on hand in a thankless role which does him no credit.

Four entertainers volunteer to go overseas to entertain the troops, and are placed in artificial plot circumstances and unfunny situations. Was this really the best the studio could do? Was there no plausible storyline to put performers in while waiting for a song spot? As stated, the musical numbers are the only reason to watch this almost unwatchable movie. Special thanks go to Betty Grable and Alice Faye for their singing cameos, and to the Jimmy Dorsey band for livening up the proceedings.


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