Following Judy Garland's debut film Pigskin Parade released in October of 1936, MGM wondered what to do with Garland and placed her in this short with the St. Luke's Episcopal Choristers of Long Beach. Garland sings Silent Night and the short ends. One wonders what the original purpose of the one song short was. Was it shown in movie theaters? Is it all that remains of additional footage? It's enough to showcase Garland's singing talent in a way that said the powers that be must make appropriate use of her talent in the future, and eventually they did. Afterward, Garland made appearances in several low budget films which featured her talent.