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Singers Gabby Trent (Eve Arden) and Hope Holloway (Jane Frazee) turn up on The Plantation's doorstep, a local roadhouse nightclub, looking for a performing job. What they find is management closing up, after threats from competing nightclub owner Charles Willoughby (Richard Lane) and his two bumbling thug stooges Jigsaw Kennedy (Lon Chaney Jr.) and Benny the Bounce (Shemp Howard). Con Conway & His Texans and their singing group The Merry Macs show up, and join Gabby and Hope in a plan to reopen The Plantation under their new management. Jigsaw and Benny hire on as waiter and bartender, hoping to sabotage opening night.

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Shemp Howard (Solo)
Release Date
June 20, 1941
Production Type
Feature Film
63 min.

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Shooting Days:   17 days   From: 1941-05-20   To: 1941-06-07

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