They Learned About Women

Schenck and Van are professional baseball players who give up the bat for the footlights, becoming vaudeville singers. Love is the dancer who offers herself to one, although she really loves the other. Another woman enters the scene and almost breaks up the singing duo, but they both end up leaving the stage and returning to baseball in time to play in...read more

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Schenck and Van are professional baseball players who give up the bat for the footlights, becoming vaudeville singers. Love is the dancer who offers herself to one, although she really loves the other. Another woman enters the scene and almost breaks up the singing duo, but they both end

up leaving the stage and returning to baseball in time to play in the World Series, and Love ends up with her true love. Adequate musical entertainment, remade in 1949 as TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME. Includes the songs: "Dougherty Is the Name" (by Joseph T. Schenck, Gus Van), "Harlem Madness,"

"He's That Kind of a Pal," "Ain't You Baby?" "A Man of My Own," "Does My Baby Love," "There'll Never Be Another Mary," "Ten Sweet Mammas" (Jack Yellen, Milton Ager).