The plot's not much and the girls aren't much, but the whole theatre swayed back and forth when Glenn Miller hit his stride on Chattanooga Choochoo and the Nicholas Brothers and Sister started clicking their heels on the back of a cardboard train panting for cottonland.
Hollywood has bought a band, a comedian (Milton Boric), a skier and skater (Sonja Henic), and turned out a top-notch cluematic vaudevillc. The plot is only a poor excuse for a number of excellent specialties and doesn'd do a very good job of pasting them together, john Payne signs up to take care of a refugee and finds a twenty-one year old Norwegian blonde on his hands. The rest of the story is how girl gets boy away from luscious Lynn Bari; the winner (surprise, surprise!) is Sonja Henic.
Milton Beric, who plays publicity man for Glenn's band, is almost, but not quite, as funny as he tries (hard) to be. Glenn Miller makes up for his dead-pan acting with some hit-paraders. The second feature, "Parachute Battalion," is a respectable thriller and filler.