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17 March 1944 (USA) See more »
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Reenactments of actual USO experiences of its female stars entertaining troops overseas. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Kay Francis ... Kay Francis

Carole Landis ... Carole Landis
Martha Raye ... Martha Raye
Mitzi Mayfair ... Mitzi Mayfair
Jimmy Dorsey ... Orchestra Leader
Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra ... Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra
John Harvey ... Ted Warren

Phil Silvers ... Eddie
Dick Haymes ... Lt. Dick Ryan

Alice Faye ... Alice Faye

Betty Grable ... Betty Grable

Carmen Miranda ... Carmen Miranda
George Jessel ... Master of Ceremonies
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eddie Acuff ... Sentry (scenes deleted)
Renee Carson ... Swedish Maid (scenes deleted)
Edith Evanson ... French Maid (scenes deleted)
Mary Field ... Maid (scenes deleted)
Betty Roadman ... Housekeeper (scenes deleted)
Kirk Alyn ... Pilot (uncredited)
Warren Ashe ... Lieutenant Colonel (uncredited)
Bonnie Bannon ... Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Martin Black ... Soldier (uncredited)
Esther Brodelet ... Minor Role (uncredited)
Ralph Byrd ... Sergeant in Mess Hall (uncredited)
Lucille Carroll ... Minor Role (uncredited)
Harry Carter ... U.S.O. Announcer (uncredited)
Roger Clark ... Captain (uncredited)
Lester Dorr ... Master Sergeant (uncredited)
David Essex ... Navigator (uncredited)
James Flavin ... MP Sergeant (uncredited)
Bess Flowers ... Guest at Lady Carlton-Smith's (uncredited)
William Forrest ... Officer (uncredited)
Janet Graves ... Minor Role (uncredited)
Reed Hadley ... Fighter Pilot Dispatcher on Loudspeaker (uncredited)

Eddie Hall ... Soldier Running Toward Crash Site (uncredited)
Alec Harford ... Priest (uncredited)
Winifred Harris ... Lady Carlton-Smith (uncredited)
Paul Harvey ... General (uncredited)
Joe Haworth ... Soldier (uncredited)
Kenner G. Kemp ... Soldier in Audience (uncredited)
Crauford Kent ... British Officer (uncredited)
Mike Killian ... Soldier (uncredited)
Glenn Langan ... Capt. Stewart (uncredited)
Lolita Lindsay ... Minor Role (uncredited)
George Magrill ... Bill - Radio Operator (uncredited)

Miles Mander ... Col. Hartley (uncredited)
Jimmy Martin ... Aide (uncredited)
Lester Matthews ... Capt. Lloyd (uncredited)
Frances Morris ... Surgical Nurse (uncredited)
Dorothy Neiger ... Minor Role (uncredited)
Betty Jean Orth ... Minor Role (uncredited)
Dolly Perrin ... Minor Role (uncredited)
Alexander Pollard ... Butler (uncredited)
B.S. Pully ... Soldier (uncredited)
Alex Romero ... Dancer (uncredited)
Bernard Sell ... Sentry (uncredited)
Mary Servoss ... Nurse Lieutenant (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock ... Surgeon (uncredited)
Mel Shubert ... Pilot (uncredited)
Clarence Straight ... Corporal (uncredited)
Harry Strang ... Sergeant (uncredited)
Donald Stuart ... Sentry (uncredited)
Larry Thompson ... Sergeant (uncredited)
George Tyne ... Soldier (uncredited)
Mickey Wagner ... Minor Role (uncredited)
John Whitney ... Lieutenant (uncredited)

Frank Wilcox ... Officer (uncredited)
Dave Willock ... Heckling Soldier (uncredited)
Gordon Wynn ... Soldier (uncredited)
Betty Yeaton ... Minor Role (uncredited)

Directed by
William A. Seiter 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Robert Ellis 
Carole Landis  story
Helen Logan 
Fred Niblo Jr.  story
Froma Sand  story
Snag Werris 

Produced by
Irving Starr .... producer
 
Original Music by
Hugo Friedhofer (uncredited)
Arthur Lange (uncredited)
Cyril J. Mockridge (uncredited)
 
Cinematography by
J. Peverell Marley  (as Peverell Marley)
 
Film Editing by
Ray Curtiss 
 
Art Direction by
James Basevi 
Albert Hogsett 
 
Set Decoration by
Thomas Little 
Al Orenbach 
 
Costume Design by
Yvonne Wood 
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
William Eckhardt .... assistant director (as Wm. Eckhardt)
 
Sound Department
Jesse Bastian .... sound
 
Visual Effects by
Fred Sersen .... special photographic effects
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sam Benson .... wardrobe supervisor (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Lyman Hallowell .... apprentice editor (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Charles Henderson .... musical director
Emil Newman .... musical director
Maurice De Packh .... orchestrator (uncredited)
Arthur Morton .... orchestrator (uncredited)
Herbert W. Spencer .... orchestrator (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Don Loper .... choreographer
Phillip W. Booker .... technical advisor (uncredited)
 

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USA:89 min
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1.37 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Mono (Western Electric Recording)
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Five songs were dropped from the release print: "Coming in on a Wing and a Prayer" (music by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson), sung with a bit of comedy by Martha Raye; the slightly risqué "SNAFU" (music by McHugh, lyrics by Adamson), sung and danced by Martha Raye, Carole Landis and Mitzi Mayfair; "It's the Old Army Game" (music by McHugh, lyrics by Adamson), performed by Kay Francis (reciting rather than singing while supposedly playing the piano), plus Raye, Landis and Mayfair; "Silent Night" (music by Franz Gruber, lyrics by 'Josef Mohr'); sung by Martha Raye; and "Mamae Yo Quero" (music by Vicente Paiva, Portuguese lyrics by Jararaca), sung and danced by Carmen Miranda. All five songs as filmed still exist.See more »
Movie Connections:
Featured in A Hollywood Christmas (1996) (V)See more »
Soundtrack:
No Love, No Nothin'See more »

FAQ

Carole Landis---When Did She Change Name Legally?
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3 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
Poor, 14 May 2010
Author: Alex da Silva from United Kingdom

Kay Francis, Carole Landis, Martha Raye and Mitzi Mayfair entertain troops in London and Africa with some love interests thrown in to try and make a story. Some star guests also make an appearance but they are not very good.

This film is about 4 women doing their wartime turns for soldiers at different camps. There is no storyline and their acts are pretty dreadful. While I was watching the film, I had a phone call asking me what I wanted from MacDonalds. I replied that I wanted a Big Mac, a Quarter Pounder with cheese, a cheeseburger and small fries coz I had 3 bottles of wine the night before and was craving junk food. When I resumed watching the film, the girls were riding camels and even though I had no idea what was happening, I can guarantee 100% that I missed absolutely nothing. There are 2 good moments in the film - one is Carole Landis singing lit up by lighters as the lights go out because of an air raid, and the other is Mitzi Mayfair dancing - she can kick the back of her head! Overall verdict - a Big Mac is better than a Quarter Pounder with cheese.

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