Approved | | Comedy, Musical, War
Fired by his editor for incompetence, idiotic reporter Robert Kittredge sees a chance at redeeming himself when he accidentally uncovers a network of Nazi spies in Washington, D.C.
Samuel Goldwyn capitalized on Bob Hope's popularity on radio and in films by taking the picture's release title from the title of Hope's best-selling autobiography, although none of the material from the book was used.
In her changing room, Gloria ties the string of pompoms ("snow balls") to her left shoulder and the pompom liner going down the dress is on the right side. As she walks out on stage it's clear that the first part of the performance has been reversed as the both decoration and the pompoms lining the dress downward has swapped sides. During the rest of the performance, they're back to their intended sides.
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