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 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Whamusical Funfilm (original poster)
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The door to Howard's office reads "F.K. Howard - President." But in a close insert, it's 'Franklin Howard - President." See more
How's About It?
Music by Milton Rosen
Lyrics by Everett Carter
Sung by Donald Woods See more