Buddy Page hires the Cabin Kids (young singers and dancers) to lock up the old band maestro who has the band in uniforms and playing boring music. The Kids also walk the town with signs advertising a new swing band.
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In a 100% fictional short (meaning no performer plays "self"), Buddy Page and his Band and his Band are laboring in uniforms under the guidance of an old-fashioned band leader who favors military marching music. Faced with dying a slow death if they continue the dull radio programs, Buddy calls in a group of talented black kids, the Cabin Kids, to walk the town with signs advertising a free performance by a swing band in Central Park. The Kids perform their rhythm numbers, and band vocalist Alice Dawn contributes a song. Written by
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