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Presenting Miss Nan Wynn (1944)

As herself in the series "Sing with the Stars", Nan Wynn speaks and sings to assure "you boys" (overseas in the services) that the girlfriends are remaining true to them.

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Smartly dressed at her dressing table, evidently in her apartment, Nan says she knows that men on duty overseas will be worried about the fidelity of their girlfriends back home. Nan asserts that everyone is behaving properly, and sings to that effect the Fats Waller song of the film title. Nan moves to her own (single) bed and asks the audience to sing similarly. The bouncing ball appears: unseen males vigorously sing a whole new set of words devised to fit their location, which is suggested by drawings as a foxhole on a Pacific island. These new lyrics assure the girls back home that the boys are not playing around with any "native" lasses. Written by filmart_dd

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Short | Musical

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1944 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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