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Hi'ya, Sailor (1943)

Approved | | Comedy, Music | 8 October 1943 (USA)
Bob Jackson and his three Merchant Marine shipmates have each invested $50 in a song Bob has written and which he thinks will be published for a fee of $200. In a taxicab driven by Pat ... See full summary »

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(suggested by a story by) (as Fanya Lawrence), (screenplay)
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... Bob Jackson
... Pat Rogers
... Corky Mills
... Deadpan Weaver
... Nanette
... Lou Asher
... Bull Rogan
... Secretary
... Doorman
... Sam
... Police Lieutenant
Ray Eberle ... Ray Eberle - Orchestra Leader
Ray Eberle's Orchestra ... Ray Eberle' s Orchestra
Wingy Manone ... Wingy Malone - Orchestra Leader
Wingy Manone and His Orchestra ... Wingy Manone Orchestra
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Bob Jackson and his three Merchant Marine shipmates have each invested $50 in a song Bob has written and which he thinks will be published for a fee of $200. In a taxicab driven by Pat Rogers, they search for the publisher's office but finally realize they have been swindled. Plus, they now owe Pat a large taxi-bill. They go to a serviceman's canteen where a noted singer, Annabelle is performing. As she leaves she drops an expensive cigarette-case which is picked up by Pat. She tells Bob to return the case and pay the cab-fare from an anticipated reward. At the night club where Annabelle is appearing,(along with the very female Mayris Chaney and HER Dance Trio) Bob's intentions are misunderstood and a brawl ensues. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Whamusical Funfilm (original poster) See more »

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Comedy | Music

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8 October 1943 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

El encanto de las chicas  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Goofs

The door to Howard's office reads "F.K. Howard - President." But in a close insert, it's 'Franklin Howard - President." See more »

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Written by James F. Hanley
Performed by the Leo Diamond Quintet
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