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In the Groove (1941)

 -  Short | Music  -  8 October 1941 (USA)
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This Name Band Musical short from Universal (production number 6222) features Freddie Slack and his orchestra, with Martha Mears the featured singer. The Tanner Sisters (Betty, Martha and ... See full summary »

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Freddie Slack ...
Himself, Orchestra Leader
Freddie Slack's Orchestra ...
Themselves - Orchestra
Martha Mears ...
Herself - Band Singer
Sunnie O'Dea ...
Herself - Dancer
Mercer Brothers ...
Themselves - Dancers
The Tanner Sisters ...
Themselves - Singing Trio
The Knight Sisters ...
Themselves - Adagio Dance Team
The Lightning Trio ...
Themselves - Roller-Skating Act
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Betty Tanner ...
Herself - Trio Member (as The Tanner Sisters)
Martha Tanner ...
Herself - Trio Member (as The Tanner Sisters)
Mickey Tanner ...
Herself - Trio Member (as The Tanner Sisters)
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This Name Band Musical short from Universal (production number 6222) features Freddie Slack and his orchestra, with Martha Mears the featured singer. The Tanner Sisters (Betty, Martha and Mickey) also have a song, and Sunnie O'Dea dances, as does The Knight Sisters, an adagio dance team. No Universal short was complete without some kind of vaudeville act tossed in, and the tossed-in act here is a roller-skating team called The Lightning Trio. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Soundtracks

Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar
Written by Don Raye, Hugh Prince and Eleanore Sheehy
Played by Freddie Slack and His Orchestra
Sung by Martha Mears
Danced by Sunnie O'Dea
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