Based on a Broadway musical, the story has Damon Dillingham, newly-discharged from the Army following WW II, returning home and learning that his partner, Eddie Martin, has invested the savings (from $21 a month?) Damon sent home in a racehorse, rather than using the money to keep their pre-war band together. So, he starts over. A good start is made when Ann Rogers comes on board as the singer, and Gene Krupa also lends a hand. Written by
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IT'S GAY! IT'S CARE-FREE! IT'S TROUBLE-FREE! (original print ad-all caps)
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Beat The Band opened at the 46th Street Theater on October 14, 1942 and ran for 67 performances. See more
[Everyone's downstairs listening to Gene Krupa.
And I still say this music will NEVER be popular.
I've Got My Fingers Crossed
Music by Leigh Harline
Lyrics by Mort Greene
Sung by Frances Langford See more