Actress/dancer Dorothy Stevens, who was an extra at Columbia Pictures, was signed to an MGM contract and is one of Eleanor Powell's dancers in this movie.
Thank you, ladies and gentlemen. And now for the last number of our engagement here, presenting Buddy Rich, Ziggy Elman, Tallulah Winters, and the girls in the Hawaiian War Chant. Take it Buddy!
When Tallulah leaves the room after grabbing her bag, Kibble's hat (which he tossed earlier) is seen on the floor against the radio. On the following cut, as Kibbles leaves the room and grabs the hat, it has changed positions and is now propped up against the table.
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