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Felix E. Feist
A bunch of kids want to put on a show and they plan to hijack a live radio broadcast.
Well, that's what happens with a score of pretty forgettable singing and dancing. It's only forgettable in that there is so much better out there. The kids were too young to grab my interest – some looked like pre-teens and Gloria Jean's singing is pretty stupid for a hep-cat film. Not sure why the Andrews Sisters wasted their time in this.
So, you'll probably laugh at some of the dancing children who like spinning and smiling. Or you'll really dig it man in which case you are not cool. It's funny in parts in a cheesy way.
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