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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Clyde Bruckman; Sam Coslow; Jean Yarbrough; Jerome Ash; John B Goodman; Harold H MacArthur; R A Gausman; Ira S Webb; Paul Landres; Vera West; Sam Freed; Bernard B Brown; William Hedgcock; Milton Rosen; Everett Carter; Anne Gwynne; David Bruce; Jerome Cowan; Ella Mae Morse; Joseph Sawyer; Eddie Acuff; Bobby Brooks; Lester Cole; Louise Beavers; Pierre Watkin; Marie Blake; Edward Keane; Mantan Moreland; Ray Walker; Jack Mulhall; Universal Pictures Company.; Cottonpicker Quartette.; Debutantes (Musical group); Charmers (Musical group)
|Notes:||Comedy with songs; feature.
Bracketed cast credits were supplied from: Motion picture guide, 1985.
Playing time on release was 61 min., according to: Variety review, May 24, 1944.
"Western Electric Recording."
Copyright: Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 22May44; LP12661.
"Approved, MPAA, certificate no. 10064."
|Credits:||Director of photography, Jerome Ash; art direction, John Goodman, Harold H. MacArthur; set decorations, Russell A. Gausman, Ira S. Webb; film editor, Paul Landres; gowns, Vera West. Musical director, Sam Freed, Jr.; director of sound, Bernard B. Brown; technician, William Hedgcock; Loo-loo-Louisiana, Cross my heart, I'm a'headin' South, Never again, music by Milton Rosen, lyrics by Everett Carter.|
|Performer(s):||The players: With Anne Gwynne (Dixie), David Bruce (Danny), Jerome Cowan (Brains), Ella Mae Morse (Barbara Ann), Joe Sawyer (Ernest). And Samuel S. Hinds (Colonel Morgan), Eddie Acuff (Jay), Marie Harmon (Annabelle), Bobby Brooks and Cottonpicker Quartette, Lester Cole and the Debutantes, the Charmers. Oscar O'Shea (Colonel Hatcher); Louise Beavers (Chloe); Pierre Watkin (Dean Williamson); Bill Bivens (announcer); Marie Blake (Ruby); Rita Gould (woman); Edward Keane (Mr. Platt); Manton Moreland (porter); Ray Walker (reporter); Eddie Bruce (clerk); Jack Mulhall (photographer). [Iris Clive (Eden) (girl kibitzer); Joyce Miller (girl piano player); Donald Kerr, Joseph Haworth (reporters); Charles Stantz, Sherrill Luke].|
|Responsibility:||a Universal picture ; screenplay by Clyde Bruckman ; original story by Sam Coslow ; produced and directed by Jean Yarbrough.|