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"True to the Navy" (written by Elsie Janis and Jack King), sung and danced by Carmen Miranda, was deleted from this movie, but the song as filmed still exists. Paramount held exclusive rights to the song and it would not permit Twentieth Century-Fox to include Miranda's number in this movie. It was performed previously on screen by Clara Bow in Paramount on Parade (1930), which can be seen on YouTube. The song bears a striking resemblance to "You Can't Get A Man With A Gun" written by Irving Berlin in 1946 for the Broadway musical "Annie Get Your Gun".
You think I make good on Broadstreet, too?
Michael Francis 'Mike' Hannegan: Aw, you're a chinch. You can't miss. You'll probably wind up being another Carmen Miranda.
Chita: Carmen Miranda? That one who go tiko-tiko-ta, tiko-tiko-ta, tiko-tiko-tiko-ta. Bah! What has she got that I haven't ...
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