Overview

Bud Hooper, a cadet at Winsocki Military Academy, sends an invitation to movie star Lucille Ball to come to Winsocki's big dance. Ball's publicity-hungry agent convinces her to go in order to boost her career. Complications arise when Bud's girlfriend Helen Schlesinger unexpectedly shows up, too.

  1. Edward Buzzell

    Director

  2. John Cecil Holm

    Novel

  3. Fred F. Finklehoffe

    Screenplay

  4. Irving Brecher

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Lucille Ball

    Lucille Ball

    Lucille Ball

  2. William Gaxton

    William Gaxton

    Jack O'Riley

  3. Virginia Weidler

    Virginia Weidler

    Helen Schlesinger

  4. Tommy Dix

    Tommy Dix

    Elwood C. "Bud" Hooper

  5. Nancy Walker

    Nancy Walker

    Nancy - Blind Date

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Status Released

Release Information

  • October 8, 1943
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 34m

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