This independent film was a late night favorite in St. Louis in the '50s. It is rudimentary but fun with odd little songs, a wandering plot and everyone trying to create the best humor and spirit possible. The most famous line from the film is "Trucking, trucking" but you'd have to see the movie to get what that was all about. I actually have "G.I.Jane" on videotape, copied from a telecast. What's most interesting about this film is it sort of looks like a television show, yet it is a full production of realistic sets and costumes and scoring. I've always wondered if it actually played anywhere. I do know in 1950s St. Louis it was a favorite.
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