Sing A Jingle

  • 1943
  • 1 HR 02 MIN
  • NR
  • Musical

When radio singing star Jones is turned down by the Army at his physical examination during WW II, the tenor decides to do his part for Uncle Sam by working at a midwestern defense plant. There he meets the boss's daughter (Vincent) and falls in love. Finally he organizes a big show to help sell war bonds. Typical studio propaganda made to relieve the tedium...read more

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When radio singing star Jones is turned down by the Army at his physical examination during WW II, the tenor decides to do his part for Uncle Sam by working at a midwestern defense plant. There he meets the boss's daughter (Vincent) and falls in love. Finally he organizes a big show to

help sell war bonds. Typical studio propaganda made to relieve the tedium of the "Rosie the Riveters," and entertaining for what it is, with standard production values. The comedy team of Kean and Schilling have some slapstick love scenes together and there's plenty of singing and dancing. Songs

include: "Sing a Jingle," "We're the Janes That Make the Planes," "Mademoiselle" (Inez James, Sidney Mitchell), "The Night We Called It a Day" (Tom Adair, Matt Dennis), "Beautiful Love" (Haven Gillespie, Wayne King, Victor Young, Egbert Van Alstyne), "Love, You Are My Music" (Dan Twohig, Gustave

Klemm).

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