Roy Mack shoots this Vitaphone band number in the same way that had become standard with the earliest efforts at the studio: orchestra on a raised stage, leader in front, an almost immobile camera, although it does dolly forward at the beginning and out at the end. While there is a dance interlude, the camera does move to keep the dancer in focus at all times. However, besides these moments, interest is maintained by a fairly rapid cutting rate and middling odd point of view shots.
The music is fairly good swing from the era, with a lot of speed and decent bounce, particularly in the solo numbers. Miss Frances also seems to be swinging a bigger stick than any other orchestra leader I've seen, but maybe that's my masculine pride being buffeted.