A pilot of a B 29 meets Louise Anderson, a singer in a New York nightclub. He falls in love with her, but he had to leave next day for action in the Pacific. His crew paints her picture on his bomber, the "Bamboo Blonde" and he becomes a hero. His crew sinks a Japanese battleship and shoots down a Japanese fighter wing. A War Bond tour finds the Pilot and his crew back in New York. Where the is trouble between the Bamboo Blone and his Fiancée.
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After all, Eileen, you didn't even see him off to the airport, and you haven't written to him. Why the sudden interest now?
How did I know he was gonna' be a hero? He never did anything like that before.
You know, he *might* be serious about this blonde.
"Serious"? When I get through with him, he'll wish he'd never heard of a blonde - bamboo, bleached, or otherwise.
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Right Along about Evening
Written by Mort Greene
and Lew Pollack
Sung by Frances Langford See more