Director: Jack Hively
Writer(s): John Twist (screenplay), Monte Brice (story), W. Carey Wonderly (story suggested by “The Viennese Charmer” in Young’s Magazine)
Starring: Ray Bolger, Anne Shirley, June Havoc, Desi Arnaz, Jack Durant, Eddie Foy Jr., Fritz Feld, Henry Daniell, Rafael Alcayde, Joseph E. Bernard, William Blees, Fortunio Bonanova, Jack Briggs, Jack Carr, Rosemary Coleman, Roy Crane, Jack Gardner, Jack Gargan, Eddie Hart, Patti Lacey, Florence Lake, Max Lucke, Frank Martinelli, Norman Mayes, Pat McKee, Mantan Moreland, Amarilla Morris, Ted O’Shea, Bob Perry, Constantine Romanoff, Robert Smith, Grady Sutton, Nina Wayler, Leo White, Marie Windsor, Jane Woodworth, Armand ‘Curly’ Wright
Synopsis: Four struggling musicians lose their vocalist at the insistence of her gangster boyfriend. They find a replacement in an innocent young woman being courted by a cabbie pretending to be a king.
Release Date: January 23, 1942 (USA) | Length: 68 min | Genre: Comedy, Music | Certificate: Passed
Note: I didn’t find a trailer. Above is a clip from the film. I need to see a higher res version of this film to do a capture of the shoe shine boy who is uncredited in the beginning of the film.
Tags: Mantan Moreland