Not Rated | | Comedy, Romance
When two male musicians witness a mob hit, they flee the state in an all-female band disguised as women, but further complications set in.
There's a nice nod to the gangster classic The Public Enemy (1931) in the banquet scene, when Spats Colombo comes close to smashing a henchman in the face with a grapefruit, as James Cagney did to Mae Clarke in the earlier movie.
All right, Charlie; that the joint?
Toothpick Charlie: Yes, sir.
Mulligan: Who runs it?
Toothpick Charlie: I already told you.
Mulligan: Refresh my memory.
Toothpick Charlie: Spats Columbo.
Mulligan: That's very refreshing; what's the password?
Toothpick Charlie: "I've come to Grandma's funeral." Here's your admission card.
Mulligan: Thanks, Charlie.
Toothpick Charlie: Now if you ...
From his vantage in the lobby, Mulligan could not have witnessed Spats and his crew getting patted down, as they were in a walk-in closet behind a folded screen.
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