14 May 2010 | AAdaSC
Kay Francis, Carole Landis, Martha Raye and Mitzi Mayfair entertain troops in London and Africa with some love interests thrown in to try and make a story. Some star guests also make an appearance but they are not very good.
This film is about 4 women doing their wartime turns for soldiers at different camps. There is no storyline and their acts are pretty dreadful. While I was watching the film, I had a phone call asking me what I wanted from MacDonalds. I replied that I wanted a Big Mac, a Quarter Pounder with cheese, a cheeseburger and small fries coz I had 3 bottles of wine the night before and was craving junk food. When I resumed watching the film, the girls were riding camels and even though I had no idea what was happening, I can guarantee 100% that I missed absolutely nothing. There are 2 good moments in the film - one is Carole Landis singing lit up by lighters as the lights go out because of an air raid, and the other is Mitzi Mayfair dancing - she can kick the back of her head! Overall verdict - a Big Mac is better than a Quarter Pounder with cheese.