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Eddie Forman (story) and
Cyrus Wood (story)
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Release Date:
22 June 1940 (USA) See more »
Women are put in charge of the city government for a day, and the mayor must go to the train station to greet an opera singer. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

June Allyson ... Mayor
The Harrison Sisters ... Singing Group (as Harrison Sisters)
Betty Mae Crane ... Dance Act (as Bettymae Crane)
Beverly Crane ... Dance Act
Beverly Kirk ... Madame Beverly
Edith Brandell ... Information Kiosk Girl
Gae Foster Girls ... Dance Group

Directed by
Lloyd French 
Writing credits
Eddie Forman (story) and
Cyrus Wood (story) (as Cyrus D. Wood)

Cinematography by
Ray Foster (photography)
Music Department
Sammy Cahn .... lyricist: special songs (as Cahn)
Saul Chaplin .... composer: special songs (as Chaplin)
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Also Known As:
"Vitaphone Varieties (1939-1940 season) #6: All Girl Revue" - USA (series title)
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8 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.37 : 1 See more »
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This short film is available as a bonus on the Warner DVD of The Roaring Twenties (1939).See more »
Continuity: The Mayor while talking on the phone to Flossie complains that there isn't a mirror in the office, but when she and the singing group leave the Mayor's office to meet Miss Beverly, they walk by a large mirror.See more »
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Perky June Allyson a few years before becoming a big star..., 15 October 2008
Author: Neil Doyle from U.S.A.

The only reason for watching this very dated musical short is the chance to see JUNE ALLYSON just a few years before she made her big movie star debut in "Best Foot Forward" at MGM.

This is a drab looking Warner musical short with June as the Mayor for a Day who wants to "Make the City Pretty" and joins the other gals for a reception to honor the arrival of Madame Beverly, an opera singer (BEVERLY KIRK). There's also a musical moment at Grand Central where a chorus line of girls do a tap routine imitating the shuffling noise of a train getting set for departure.

None of it is really interesting enough to make it an item I'd recommend, but fans of June Allyson will be able to sit through it just to watch the perky actress before stardom.

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