Roy Mack directs another nice musical short at the Vitagraph Studios out in Brooklyn -- if you go out to the neighborhood, you can still see the company logo on the chimney, although it hasn't been used as a studio in decades. Production shifted for the war in 1942 and never got moving again afterward.
Rita Rio -- also known as Dona Drake -- is a jitterbug, like Betty Hutton and June Allyson in her early shorts, leading the band and dancing and having a fine old time. This sort of short was a staple of Warner Brothers' Vitaphone division from 1926 through 1944 and this is a good example of the genre.
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