Four Jills In A Jeep
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This star studded musical is a cinematic tribute to the successful USO tour of Kay Francis, Martha Raye, Mitzi Mayfair and Carole Landis who entertained soldiers from England to North Africa. Embellished with some fictional romance, striking choreography and plenty of laughs, this patriotic film salutes all the entertainers who did their part for "the boys." Includes special appearances by Alice Faye, Betty Grable, Carmen Miranda, George Jessel and the Jimmy Doresy Orchestra.
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Admittedly, I bought it for Carmen Miranda (who gets to sing one song) and Martha Raye. Of the cast, Phil Silvers fares the best as Eddie, part time driver and gopher for the military and the “Jills.” His attempt to deal with a heckler during one of the shows is hilarious. Other than that, it’s pleasant enough but highly uninformative with forgettable dialog and limited entertainment value. Even so, I managed to form a certain appreciation for the attempt. It’s likable.
You can tell it is one of those made up film that has stilted and hokey dialog to try and entertain the viewer. Some how it works. The movie is based on actual experience of Kay Francis, Carole Landis, and Mitzi Mayfair. And being produced in 1944 we do not get it through a hindsight filter of half a century.
The DVD I watched has:
Isolated score track
The real four Jill's