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PRIVATE BUCKAROO

A Universal Army enlistment promotion, produced as a musical showcase for Harry James, the Andrews Sisters, Joe E. Lewis, and Donald O'Connor & Peggy Ryan. The film's thin plot has James drafted, and joining him is the band's lead vocalist Lon Prentice (Dick Foran), who doesn't believe that Army training and regulations are necessary for anyone of his skill and fame.

Shemp Howard steals the film whenever James and the Andrews aren't performing. As Sgt. Snavely, he's effectively teamed with Mary Wickes as his shrewish fiancee, trying desperately to keep her away from the attentions of nightclub comic and USO performer Lancelot Pringle McBiff (Joe E. Lewis). Shemp also has the opportunity to clown onstage with the Andrews Sisters during a musical finale, as they perform Don't Sit Under the Appletree. Arguably, Shemp's best solo feature film credit.


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Shemp Howard (Solo)
Release Date
June 12, 1942
Studio
Universal
Production Type
Feature Film
Duration
68 min.
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"PRIVATE BUCKAROO:" "SAMUEL HORWITZ" SOLO FEATURE: RELEASED ON: JUNE 12, 1942:


CAST MEMBER NAMES AND ROLES: {SEE LIST: MAIN ACTOR AND ACTRESS NAMES BY THEIR ROLES AS THEY FIRST APPEAR IN THE FEATURE}:


We open this really wonderful feature where we see a silhouette of the "ANDREWS SISTERS;" {PATTY, MAXENE, and LAVERNE}, dressed in short lenght skirt Army style uniforms as they are marching in place and are saluting as they are singing:

"ANDREWS SISTERS:" "OPENING DITTY:" "WE ARE JUST THREE LITTLE SISTERS:" {START}:

"We are three little sisters, just three little sisters; 'Da-la-da-da-la-da-da-de-de-la-la-de-da;' 'Da-la-da-da-la-da-da-de-de-la-da-de-da;' 'Da-la-da-da-la-da-da-de-de-la-la-de-da;' 'Da-la-da-da-la-da-da-de-de-la-la-de-da;' 'Da-la-da-da-la-da-da-de-de-la-la-de-da;' 'Da-la-da-da-la-da-da-de-de-la-la-de-da;' 'Da-la-da-da-la-da-da-de-de-la-la-de-da;' 'Da-la-da-da-la-da-da-de-de-la-la-de-da;' 'Da-la-da-da-ka-da-da-de-de-la-la-de-da;' 'Da-la-da-da-la-da-da-de-de-la-la-de-da;' 'Da-la-da-da-la-da-da-de-de-la-la-de-da':

"ANDREWS SISTERS:" "OPENING DITTY:" "WE ARE JUST THREE LITTLES SITERS:" {END};


We now see "HARRY JAMES AND HIS MUSIC MAKERS;" {THEMSELVES}, playing "Moonlight In New York." We are inside of a 'Snooty and Elegant' Nightclub where we see swaying lights on the walls and ceiling while the patrons are dressed in tuexedoes and full length evening gowns as they are waltzing with one another to the music. While the patrons were waltzing with each other Harry James was playing lead on his trumpet.

We now see Maxene Andrews approaching the microphone dressed in a really beautiful full lenght white lace evening gown as she is singing a solo cut:

"MAXENE ANDREWS:" "YOU MADE ME LOVE YOU:" {START}:

"You made me love you. I didn't wanna do it, I didn't wanna do it. You made me want you and all the time you knew it. I guess you always knew it. You made me happy, sometimes you made me glad. But, there were times dear, you made me feel so bad. You made me sigh, for I didn't wanna tell you, I didn't wanna tell you. I want some love, that's true. Give me, give me, what I cry for. You know you got the brand of kisses that I'd die for. You know you made me love you."

"MAXENE ANDREWS:" "YOU MADE ME LOVE YOU:" {END}:

All the while that Maxene Andrews was singing the patrons were waltzing with each other as Harry James was playing lead on his trumpet with a muffle in it while His Music Makers were playing accompaniment musical parts. Plus a couple of waiters are frantically running to and fro setting-up more tables for the evening rush. We now hear the patrons applauding loudly as Harry James And His Music Makers and Maxene Andrews have now completed their musical number.

We are now in a side waiting area of the Nightclub where we see a hat cheque girl and a cigarette girl both dressed in micro-mini black velvet dresses that are very scanty on the top, black opaqué stockings, black velvet spiked heel shoes and white ribbons in their hair.

We now see "BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS," {MARY WICKES}, sitting in a chair with her arms crossed and a disgusted look on her face as we also see standing there next to her dressed in his Army Sergeants Uniform with his hands clasped together behind his back and a disgusted look on his face, "SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL," {SAMUEL HORWITZ}.

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is using a mad and disgusted voice and with a look of disgust on her face); "Are we gonna sit here all night?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is standing there looking at her with a mad look on his face as he is saying to her in a disgusted tone of voice): "Who's sittin'? I asked you to come to the park, where we can both sit."

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is now standing up in a state of madness and is wagging a finger at him madly and is shouting at him madly): "If you mention that bench again!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is standing there looking at her with a perplexed look on his face as he is whispering to her madly): "Don't blow it!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is looking at him in thorough state of disgust and is saying to him in a mad voice as she is pointing a finger at the entrance way of the Nightclub): "We're going into this joint now, come on, sharp shooter!" {Bonnie-Bell is now flipping one of the buttons on his uniform in a state of mischief}.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As the are now walking to join a humongous crowd of patrons as he is saying to her in a low and mad voice with a look of madness on his face as he is now brushing off his uniform): "Cut it out, will ya?"

We are now amongst the humongous crowd of snooty and rich patrons as they are now looking at Bonnie-Bell and Sergeant Muggsy with disgusted looks on their faces as Bonnie-Bell and Sergeant Muggsy are now rudely pushing themselves to the front of the line. Sergeant Muggsy has now clumsily bumped into Bonnie-Bell and has now knocked her into a support bar.

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she has a disgusted look on her face and is saying in a disgusted voice): "Ooooh-ooooh-ooooh-ooooh!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he has now bumped into her and is looking at her with an apologetic look and is using an apologetice voice): "Excuse me!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is looking at him madly and is shouting at him madly): "Clumsy!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is looking at her with a mischievous look on his face as he is using a mischievous tone of voice): "Somebody tripped me."

We now see the "HEAD WAITER;" {EDDIE ACUFF}, letting patrons in as they are completing 'FIFTY DOLLAR HAND SHAKES' with each other.

HEAD WAITER to SNOOTY COUPLE; {ONE}: (As he has a serious look on his face and is saying to customer in a polite voice as he is now bowing down at the couple as the Head Waiter and the Customer have now 'SHAKEN HANDS'}: "Oh, good evening sir, thank-you sir!"

HEAD WAITER to ANOTHER WAITER; (PHILLIP); {JOEY RAYE}: (As he is looking at the other waiter with a serious look and is saying in a serious and low tone of voice as he is now letting the snooty couple in): "Yeah, table fourteen!"

HEAD WAITER to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS and SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is now trying to push herself and Sergeant Muggsy in as she is looking at him with an ugly look on her face as the Head Waiter is saying to her ia polite voice as he is now stopping her): "Just a moment, please!"

We now see Bonnie-Bell and Sergeant Muggsy now backing up as they are now being told to wait. We now see another 'Rich Couple' 'SHAKING HANDS' with the Head Waiter.

HEAD WAITER to SNOOTY COUPLE; {TWO}: (As the Head Waiter is using a polite tone of voice and has a look of politeness on his face as he bowing down to the couple as they have now completed their 'HAND SHAKE'): "Oh, good evening sir, thank-you sir!"

HEAD WAITER to HIS PARTNER; (CHARLES); {JEFFREY SAYRE}: (As he is looking at his partner with a serious look on his face and using a serious voice): "Charles, table fourteen!"

HEAD WAITER to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is now once again shoving her back in and is looking at her with a mad and disgusted look on his face and is using a mad tone of voice): "Just a moment, please!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to the HEAD WAITER: (As she i standing there with a mad look on her face as she is saying to him a disgusted tone of voice): "Where do you get all this just a moment please, why can't we get in there?"

HEAD WAITER to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is looking at her madly and is saying to her in a mad but yet polite tone of voice): "I'm sorry mame, there's no more room!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to the HEAD WAITER: (As she is standing there with a disgusted look on her face as she is folding her arms in a state of disgust and is using a mad tone of voice): "Yeah, what do you mean, no more room?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is looking at her with a worried look on his face and is using a carrying tone of voice): "Say, Bonnie-Bell, maybe we better go someplace else, a movie or something!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is standing there leaning on a support bar with her arms crossed in disgust and is looking at him in a thoroughly mad and disgusted manner): "I'm hungry, I don't wanna see pictures, I wanna eat!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is looking at her with a worried look on his face and is calming her down): "S-S-S-H-H-H; S-S-S-H-H-H; S-S-S-H-H-H!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is still standing there with her arms folded, a mad look on her face and is using a mad tone of voice): "Don', S-S-S-H-H-H me!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is looking at her with a worried look on his face as he is pointing a finger at himself and is saying in a worried tone of voice): "Well I know, I know!"

We now see Bonnie-Bell and Sergeant Muggsy standing there with looks of puzzlement on their faces as Sergeant Muggsy now flinches a tad when he hears another patron reading the Bill Of Fare and the prices.

CARTÉ DU JOUR READING CUSTOMER; {EDMUND MORTIMER}, to his WIFE; {GRACE HAYLE}: (As he is sitting at a table with the Bill Of Fare and is saying in a low tone of voice): "Breast Of Guinea Hen, 15.00$; Green Peas, 3.00$; Coffee, 1.00$; and a ten dollar cover charge."

We now see Poor Sergeant Muggsy with a really hurtful and panicking look on his face as he is now scared to death about how he is going to square his bill.

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is standing there with a look of dismay on her face as she still has her arms folded and is using a mischievous tone of voice): "Cheap-skate, he oughten come in here, if he can't afford it. Breast of Guinea Hen, {click}, that's what I'm gonna have to eat!"

We now see poor Sergeant Muggsy Snavel turning his back on her as he is straightening up his uniform and has look of worry on his face as he is still scared about telling her that he cannot afford the prices there. As we now hear a fly buzzing around as Sergeant Muggsy now smacks it against a support bar and brushes it off of his hand as the Head Waiter is standing there looking at him in disgust. Bonnie-Bell is standing there with her arms still folded and is still leaning against the support bar looking at him with a puzzled look on her face.

We now once again see Harry James And His Music Makers commencing to play, as "LON PRENTICE"; {DICK FORAN}, is on centre stage dressed in a cowboy shirt, a scarf tied around his neck, trousers with a huge diamond pattern down the legs, shaps and is holding a cowboy hat as he is getting read to sing:

"LON PRENTICE:" "PRIVATE BUCKAROO:" {START}:

"Private Buckaroo, way out on a ranger and he's a stranger too. Dreams he hears the cattle lowing, but it's just a bugle blowing. True Blue, Private Buckaroo. They're in Company Q, away from corrals and the pals he knew. Won't be having any hand in this year's roping, this year's branding. True Blue, Private Buckaroo. Each night beneath the evening star, he strums on his old guitar, 'til it's get along Buckaroo, you're in the Army. "Private Buckaroo, that yippie I lad, you may sound sad and blue. But, there's nothing he's afraid of, got the stuff a cowhand's made of. True Blue, Private Buckaroo. So good-night, your dreams will come true, they always do, Private Buckaroo!"

"LON PRENTICE:" "PRIVATE BUCKAROO:" {END}:

As Mr. Prentice was singing again Harry James was accompanying him on his muffled trumpet as His Music Makers were playing back-up. Mr. Prentice has now completed his musical number as he is exiting the stage and the patrons are giving him a giant round of applause.

HARRY JAMES to HIS MUSIC MAKERS: (As Mr. James has a gleeful look on his face and is saying in a happy tone of voice): "Okay, boys, take five!"

We are now back up front where we see the Head Waiter still excepting 'HAND SHAKES' and is seating the 'Snooty Clientele'.

HEAD WAITER to SNOOTY COUPLE; {THREE}: (As the Head Waiter is now once again using a polite tone of voice and has a look of politeness on his face as he is bowing down to the 'Snooty Couple' after they have now 'SHAKEN HANDS'): "Oh, good evening sir, thank-you sir!"

HEAD WAITER to ANOTHER WAITER: (As he is looking at the other waiter with a professional look on his face and is using a professional tone of voice as he is letting 'Snooty Couple Three' in): "Phillip, table eighteen!"

We now see the Head Waiter putting back the guard rope just after he let the couple in. Bonnie-Bell is standing there with a really mad and disgusted look on her face as Sergeant Muggsy is standing there looking at her with a mad look as she is now grabbing a bill from his hand.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As she has now grabbed the bill from him in madness and he is looking at her with a disgusted look on his face and is saying to her disgustingly): "Hey, I only get that stuff once a month!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to the HEAD WAITER: (As she now has the bill sitting on the palm of her paw and is looking at him with a mischievous look on her face and is using a mischievous voice): "Good evening, Captain!"

HEAD WAITER to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is now looking at her gleefully and is using a gleeful tone of voice as they have now 'SHAKEN HANDS' and he has bowed down at her politely): "Oh, good evening, Madame!"

HEAD WAITER to WAITER; (JOSEPH); {WILLIAM O'BRIEN}: (As he is saying to his partner in an overjoyed tone of voice and a huge grin on his face as the Head Waiter at first thinks he just completed a 100.00$ 'HAND SHAKE' with Bonnie-Bell): "Joseph, a ring side!"

The Head Waiter is now quickly changing his mind as he has now flinched as he has now noticed he only completed a 1.00$ 'HAND SHAKE' with her.

HEAD WAITER to JOSEPH: (As he now has a really mad look on his face and he is shouting at Joseph in a thoroughly mad voice as he is now changing his seating preference for Bonnie-Bell and Sergeant Muggsy): "Joe, table two-eighty-seven!"

We now see Joseph turning around and walking in a fast pace as Bonnie-Bell and Sergeant Muggsy are marching behind him at a fast clip as Joseph is taking them to table two hundred and eighty-seven. Which is a little table snuggled in a very tiny knook betwixted the two swinging kitchen doors.

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is happily trudging behind Joseph at a fast clip with a happy look on her face as Sergeant Muggsy is also trudging behind her with a look of wonderment on his face as she is stating): "This shows you want money'll do!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is looking at her with a disgusted look on his face as he is using a disgusted and mad tone of voice): "I'm getting tired!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is still merrily trudging behind Joseph at a fast pace and is saying to Sergeant Muggsy in a mad voice): "Go on, I'm just working up an appetite!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is now practically running and has a tired look on his face as he is saying to her in tired tone of voice): "Hey, Bonnie-Bella, are we going uphill?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to WAITER JOSEPH: (As he now exhausted and has a look of disgust on his face and is using a disgusted tone of voice): "Hey, Joey, you better get a compass!"

We now see Bonnie-Bell and Sergeant Muggsy standing in front of their chairs with their backs at the waiter Joseph and are looking at a blank wall as Joseph is now briskly walking away as two other waiters are now coming out of the kitche, one from the left door and the other waiter from the right door, now closing in Bonnie-Bell and Sergeant Muggsy.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS (As they are now standing up with looks of dazement on their faces as they each are looking through a peep hole in the kitchen doors): "Must be an elevator!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she has now slammed shut the kitchen doors and is looking at him with a perplexed look on her face and is asking him in a questionable and perplexed tone of voice): "What is this, an alley?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is sitting next to her with a disgusted look on his face and is using a mad tone of voice): "Maybe we outta go someplace else, Bonnie-Bell, I know a swell chili parlour down the street."

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is sitting there with a mad look on her face and is using a mad tone of voice as she is now grabbing the front of his uniform and is gently patting his face says in madness): "A chili bowl!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is sitting there with a look of mischief on his face and is "SINGING" in a mischievous tone of voice at her statement): "Deep In The Heart Of Texas!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is now in a full blown state of disgust whispers to him madly): "Texas!"

We are now on Mr. Lon Prentice and "LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF;" {JOE E. LEWIS}, as Mr. Prentice is standing there holding a Draft Notice for Harry James as he has a disgusted look on his face.

LON PRENTICE to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As Mr. Prentice is now in a full blown state of madness and disgust says): "How do you like that? You lucky stiff. I break my neck trying to get in the Army, instead they take Harry!"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to LON PRENTICE: (As Mr. McBiff is now standing up and has a puzzled look on his face and he is saying in a worried tone of voice as he is now looking at Harry's Draft Announcement): "Hey, wait a minute, let me see that!"

LON PRENTICE to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As he is looking at him in a really disgusted state and is shouting at him in a mad voice his reason that he was given a '4F'): "Flat feet, I haven't got flat feet. One flat foot, that's all, just one!"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to LON PRENTICE: (As Mr. McBiff is standing there with a look of madness on his face and is using a mad tone of voice as he is looking at Mr. James' Draft Announcement): "They can't do that!"

LON PRENTICE to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As he is standing there with his hands on his waist and a look of disgust on his face as he is saying in a disgusted voice): "I'll say they can't, for one foot."

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to LON PRENTICE: (As he is still standing there holding Mr. James' Draft Notice in a state of toat disgust says): "They can't draft Harry!"

LON PRENTICE to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As he is still standing there with his hands on his waist and in a full blown state of disgust says): "Oh, that!"

We now see the rest of the Music Makers approaching Lon Prentice and Lancelot Pringle McBiff from a back room with looks of wonderment on their faces.

MUSIC MAKER TWO to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF and LON PRENTICE: (As he is now approaching them with a look of dismay on his face and says in mad and questionable voice): "Harry?, I he being drafted?"

MUSIC MAKER TWO to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As he is saying to Mr. McBiff in a totally hurtful tone of voice and with a hurtful look on his face): "When does he have to go?"

MUSIC MAKER THREE to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As he is also standing there with a disgusted look on his face and is using a hurtful tone of voice): "What are we gonna do?"

HARRY JAMES to JOHN: (As Mr. James is now skipping merrily from another entrance door and is happily jumping down three steps says in a gleeful tone of voice): "Give me a cigarette, John!"

We now see the Music Makers gathered around Lon Prentice as they are looking at him with mischievous smiles as Mr. James is now approaching them.

LON PRENTICE to the MUSIC MAKERS: (As he is standing amongst them with a look of disgust on his face and is saying in a mad tone of voice): "Fight, fight, ready and I wanna go. Do they take me, no?"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to LON PRENTICE: (As he is standing there with a hurtful look on his face and is using a disgusted tone of voice): "Yeah, drafting a guy right in the prime of his life!"

LON PRENTICE to the MUSIC MAKERS: (As he is standing there in a thorough state of madness says in a mad tone of voice): "Why couldn't of he had my flat foot?"

HARRY JAMES to LON PRENTICE: (As Mr. James is now pushing himself through the Music Makers enjoying his cigarette and has a mad look on his face and is saying in a mad tone of voice): "Hey!"

LON PRENTICE to HARRY JAMES: (As he is looking at him in a full blown state of madness): "What?"

HARRY JAMES to LON PRENTICE: (As he is looking at him with a mischievous look on his face and is using a mischievous tone of voice): "Who?"

LON PRENTICE to HARRY JAMES: (As he is now showing Mr. James his Draft Notice and is saying in a disgusted state): "You!"

Harry James is standing there in the middle of his Music Makers and Lon Prentice as Mr. James is reading his Draft Notice and is smiling happily.

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to LON PRENTICE and the REST of THE MUSIC MAKERS: (As he has look of joy on his face and is saying in a happy voice): "Oh, my gosh, he likes it!"

As Mr. James, The Music Makers and Lon Prentice were standing there discussing Mr. James' Draft Announcement we now see the Andrews Sisters approaching them.

PATTY ANDREWS to HARRY JAMES, LON PRENTICE and the MUSIC MAKERS: (As she is standing there with her hands on her waist and is saying in a mad tone of voice): "What is this, a Wake?"

LaVERNE ANDREWS to HARRY JAMES, LON PRENTICE and the MUSIC MAKERS: (As she has a look of worry on her face and is asking in a worried and questionable voice): "What's wrong?"

MAXENE ANDREWS to HARRY JAMES, LON PRENTICE and the MUSIC MAKERS: (As she is standing with a hurtful look on her face and is asking in a questionable tone of voice): "Somebody get fired?"

We are now on the Music Makers, Lon Prentice and Harry James as they all are looking at the Andrews Sisters in pride.

LON PRENTICE to the ANDREWS SISTERS: (As Mr. Prentice has nodded his head at Mr. James is now stating to the Andrews Sisters in a low and proud voice): "He's in the Draft."

MAXENE ANDREWS to LON PRENTICE and HARRY JAMES: (As the Andrews Sisters are standing there with looks of dismay on their face as Maxene says in a happy tone of voice): "No, kidding?"

PATTY ANDREWS to LON PRENTICE and HARRY JAMES: (As she is looking at Mr. Prentice in a state of dazement says): "With a uniform and eveything?"

MAXENE ANDREWS to HARRY JAMES: (As she is standing there with a really happy look on her face and asks in a happy tone of voice): "For how long?"

HARRY JAMES to MAXENE ANDREWS: (As he is standing there still holding his Draft Announcement and has a happy and perplexed look on his face says as he has now nodded his head): "I don't know, this is the first contract I ever had without options!"

PATTY ANDREWS to HARRY JAMES: (As she now has a sad look on her face and has clasped her hands together says to him a sad tone of voice): "Boy, if I was a man that's where I'd be!"

LON PRENTICE to PATTY ANDREWS: (As Mr. Prentice is standing there with a sad look on his face and is saying in a low and sad voice): "Yeah, me too!"

PATTY ANDREWS to LON PRENTICE: (As she has a look of wonderment on her face and is saying in a dazed tone of voice): "Hunh?"

LON PRENTICE to PATTY ANDREWS: (As he is standing there in a full blown state of sadness says): "One foot, just on flat foot!"

We now see the Music Makers, Harry James and the Andrews Sisters all standing there in a state of happiness about Harry James being drafted. Mr. James has now in a state of mischief has stomped on one of Mr. Prentice's feet to shut him up.

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to LON PRENTICE: (As he has a look of mischief on his face and is responding in a mischievous tone of voice): "That's two flat foot now!"

NIGHTCLUB PROPRIETOR; {ROBERT EMMETT KEANE} to HARRY JAMES: (As he is now approaching Mr. James in a really disgusted state is shouting madly at him): "What, goes on here James, how much of a rest do you need?"

HARRY JAMES to the NIGHTCLUB PROPRIETOR: (In a thorough state of disgust): "Well, I aaaah?"

NIGHTCLUB PROPRIETOR to HARRY JAMES: (As he is saying to Mr. James in a really disgusted tone of voice and an ugly look on his face): "Get out there and get busy or there will be a new band her tomorrow!"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to the NIGHTCLUB PROPRIETOR: (As he is now approaching him in a disgusted state as he is pointing a finger at him in disgust and is saying to him in a disgusted voice): "Say, look how do you get off to talk like that to us we're the greatest trumpet players in the world!"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to HARRY JAMES: (As he is looking at Mr. James with a worried look on his face and is asking Mr. James in a questionable voice): "Ain't we, Harry!?"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to the NIGHTCLUB PROPRIETOR: (As he is looking at him in madness and is saying in a mad tone of voice): If you think yourself so smart, get yourself a new band!"

NIGHTCLUB PROPRIETOR to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As he is standing there looking at him with a mad look on his face and is stating in a mad tone of voice): "What?"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to the NIGHTCLUB PROPRIETOR: (As he is now totally fed up with the way the Nightclub Proprietor has been treating Mr. James and the Music Makers says to him in a sarcastic tone of voice): "You heard me, after tonight Harry don't play here anymore, we quit!"

NIGHTCLUB PROPRIETOR to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As he has now pushed him aside in a state of disgust and madness states): "You!"

NIGHTCLUB PROPRIETOR to HARRY JAMES: (As he is now approaching Mr. James in thorough disgust is shouting at him madly): "You, what? Now, just a minute James, you can't do this to me. I'll take it up with the Union."

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to the NIGHTCLUB PROPRIETOR: (As he is standing there with a devilsh look on his face and is saying in a sarcastic voice): "Union he says...... 'haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa!"

LON PRENTICE to the NIGHTCLUB PROPRIETOR: (As Mr. Prentice is now in a full blown state of mischief as Lon Prentice is now looking at the Nightclub Proprietor in a full blown disgusted state): "You'll have to take it up with the Army pal, they got a priority on Harry.

NIGHTCLUB PROPRIETOR to HARRY JAMES: (As Mr. James is standing there with a proud look on his face as he is showing the NightClub Proprietor his Draft Notice as the Nightclub Proprietor is saying in a thorougly mad voice): "The Army can't do that to me. I'm a good citizen, I pay my taxes and I demand my rights!"

HARRY JAMES to the NIGHTCLUB PROPRIETOR: (As Mr. James has now gently tapped the mean and irate Nightclub Proprietor on his shoulder says to him in a low and sarcastic voice): "Okay, okay!"

HARRY JAMES to HIS MUSIC MAKERS: (As Mr. James is looking at them in a sad manner and is saying to them in a mad tone of voice): "Come on fellas, let's give him his floor show, gut good!"

HARRY JAMES to the NIGHTCLUB PROPRIETOR: (As he is looking at him with a look of hate on his face and is using a hurtful tone of voice): "And, for the last time!"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to the NIGHTCLUB PROPRIETOR: (As he is looking at him with a disgusted look on his face and is saying in a disgusted voice): "That is the first time I ever saw a pair of shoes with three heels, haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa!"

We are now back on table two hundred and eight-seven as we still see Bonnie-Bell and Sergeant Muggsy sitting there trying to figure out their surroundings.

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As they are still sitting at table two-eighty-seven and she has a look of dismay on her face as he also has a look of dismay on his face as she is saying to him): "Nothing wrong with this café, it's where we're sitting, get out there, come on. I'll give you a chair, here!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is now taking a chair from her and is saying in a questionable voice): "You mean out here?"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (In a total state of mischief as she is handing him the two chairs): "Yep, there's that one, and the other!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is now happily taking the chairs for he and is saying happily): "Okay, okay!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is looking at him in a puzzled manner and is saying to him in a sarcastic voice): "Yeah, you watch what I say, and it'll be better out here."

We now see Bonnie-Bell and Sergeant Muggsy sitting there with their arms folded and are starring at a blank wall.

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is looking at him with a mischievous look on her face and is saying in a mischievous tone of voice): "Maybe, that wall goes up."

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is now in a full blown state of mischief says): "Yeah, and we see a park or something!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is looking at him with a disgusted look on her face as she is saying to him in a disgusted tone of voice): "Will you stop talking about that park!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is looking at her in a full blown state of mischief): "Well, they said they were going to have fire works."

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is looking at him with a mad look on her face and is using a mad tone of voice says): "There are going to be fire works right here if you don't......"

As Bonnie-Bell and Sergeant Muggsy were sitting there having their tit-for-tat about the park and fire works we now see the kitchen doors swinging wide open as she is being knocked into Sergeant Muggsy's lap as two waiters are now quickly rushing out to complete a couple of ordure's."

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As they are now looking at the kitchen doors with looks of madness on their faces as he is saying to her in a mad tone of voice): "What is this, a fareway?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is now standing up and looking at her with a disgusted look on his face and is saying to her in a mad voice as he is now once again getting hit by a swinging kitchen door): "If, I'm not too inquisitive, what is this, oh......"

We now see Sergeant Muggsy getting hit really hard in his backside by the swinging kitchen door as he is now loosing his balance and is grabbing onto a tray that one of the waiters is holding on to.

WAITER CHARLES to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As the waiter is looking at Sergeant Muggsy with a mad look and is asking him in a mad tone of voice as they both are now holding onto the tray): "You, got a Union card?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to WAITER CHARLES: (As he is looking at the waiter with a dumbfounded look on his face and is in an irate voice): "NO!"

WAITER CHARLES to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As he is looking at Sergeant Muggsy in a really evil manner as they both are still holding onto the tray): "What are you doing with that tray in hour hand?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to WAITER CHARLES: (As he is now still toting the tray and is looking at him with a mad look on his face and is saying to him in a mad voice): "You gave it to me!"

WAITER CHARLES to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As he is standing there with his arms folded and has a mad look on his face as he is saying in a mad voice): "You took it right out of my hands!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to WAITER CHARLES: (As Sergeant Muggsy is looking at the waiter with a disgusted look and is using a sarcastic voice): "I did not!"

WAITER CHARLES to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As he has now grabbed the tray from Sergeant Muggsy evily and is pointing a finger at him in a state of madness is now shouting at Sergeant Muggsy in an evil voice): "Watch you step in here buddy!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As they both are standing up and he is looking at her with a perplexed look on his face and is asking her in a mad voice): "What kind of a joint is this?"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is standing there wiht a mean look on her face and is saying to him in a mean tone of voice): "He's right!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As Sergeant Muggsy has now a quick shuffle and has now stepped backwards and is backing into the chairs and now has again lost his balance and quickly regains it as he has now twirled in a couple of circles and has a mad look on his face and says in a mad voice): "Now cut it out, cut it out there!"

We are now back in the main dining area where we see the 'Snooty Patrons' sitting at their tables and are applauding Harry James and His Music Makers loudly, as Harry James And His Music Makers have now played "Moonligh Senada."

We are now back on Bonnie-Bell and Sergeant Muggsy as they are still standing there looking at one another with blank stares.

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY: (As she is asking him in a questionable tone of voice): "S-S-S-H-H-H, do you hear something?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is looking around with a dazed look on his face and is saying to her in a voice of wonderment): "NO!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is looking at him with a mad look on his face and is using a mad tone of voice says sarcastically): "There's a band playing someplace!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is now taking one step backwards and is putting his finger up to his mouth as the quiet signal says in a mischievous tone of voice): "S-S-S-H-H-H!"

We now once again see Bonnie-Bell and Sergeant Muggsy getting hit hard with the swinging kitchen doors as they are now slamming them back in total disgust.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is now walking up to her at at slow pace and is asking her in a quiet and mischievous tone of voice): "Now, what were you saying, Bonnie-Bell?"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is standing there looking at him with disgust and is saying to him in a full blown disgust and irate voice): "There's a band playing, someplace!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is now doing a short waltz style of a dance and is saying to her in a low and mischievous tone of voice): "Yes, I do hear a little music playing someplace!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is looking at him with a mischievous look on her face and is saying in a mischievous tone of voice): "What are we waitin' for, let's move this to where we can see something!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is now looking at her with a worried look on his face and is stating to her in a panicking tone of voice): "You, can't do that!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is looking at him with a mischievous look on her face and is saying to him in a mischievous tone of voice): "Come on, pipe down, and give me a lift!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he now has a look of worry on his face and is saying to her in an agreeable voice): "All right, all right!"

We now see Bonnie-Bell and Sergeant Muggsy in a full blown state of tenaciousness Terrier mischief as they are now marching at a quick pace as he is going backwards toting their table to the main dining area of the nightclub to hear and see the band.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he has a look of devilsh mischief on his face as he is now saying to her in a mischievous voice): "Just straight ahead. What are you doing, what are you doing?"

We are now back in the main dining area where we see Harry James beautifully playing on his trumpet as His Music Makers are beautifully accompanying him on "Dancing In The Dark."

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As they are still tenaciousnessly mischievously are toting their table to the main dining area as he is saying to her in a mischievous tone of voice): "We're gettin' closer to the music ain't we?"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is still toting her portion of the table and is saying to him in a full blown mischievous voice): "Sure are!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is now enjoying the act of mischief that they are committing says to her in a mischievous tone of voice): "I hear hummin' or buzzin' or something!"

We are now in the main dining area where we see some of the 'Snooty Patrons' looking at Bonnie-Bell and Sergeant Muggsy with really nasty and evil looks on their faces.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he now slightly tripped over a chair from another table-set and is saying to her in a really mad tone of voice): "Ooooh-ooooh, what are you doing, what are you doing there? Wait a minute, I'm getting dizzy. That's my old Lieutenant, Corporal Joe!"

We now see Sergeant Muggsy and Bonnie-Bell Schlopkiss setting down the table-set to take a breather as "GENERAL ATKINS;" {EDDIE PARKER}, has now passed by Sergeant Muggsy as he has now saluted him. We now see a waiter setting down a tray of food on their table.

They are now back on their tenacious mischief project as they have now once again picked up their table-set and are tenaciously taking it to the front of the main dining area.

We now see the waiter turning around and is looking blankly where their table-set use-to-was as he is now scratching his head as he was in the process of now fetching the tray of food and has now noticed it has disappeared.

Bonnie-Bell and Sergeant Muggsy have now completed their mischievous deed and has now set their table-set at a prime location of the main dinig area sight front centre in front of Harry James And His Music Makers and they are now grabbing a couple of chairs with mischievous looks on their faces as they are now sitting down to enjoy the show while some of the "SNOT-NOSED" Patrons are now looking at them with evil glares and stares.

Harry James And His Music Makers have now completed their musical number as the patrons are now applauding loudly in agreement.

We now see Bonnie-Bell looking at the table with a perplexed look on her face as she has now noticed the food tray.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he has a devlish grin on his face and is saying in a happy and mischievous tone of voice and flinches a tad as he is now lifting off the warmer cover on a dish of food says to her): "Boy, that's what I call service!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is looking at her plate of food and is saying in a happy and dazed voice and a look of mischief on her face): "That's wonderful, you just think "BREAST OF GUINEA PIG" and there it is!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is smiling with a happy and mischievous smile and is saying to her in a gleeful tone of voice as he is now pointing at the food): "I didn't think of nothing and there it is, haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa!"

We now see six waiters approaching their table as they are now taking off the warmer covers from their food and are removing them along with the serving tray.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As they are now looking at the waiters in a mad state as he is saying to her in a disgusted tone of voice): "What is this? Lucky I had my coat buttoned!"

We now hear the patrons applauding as we now see Lancelot Pringle McBiff, one of The Music Makers approaching the microphone quickly to sing a solo as he has now slipped a tad and has quickly regained his balance and has now taken a bow and has hit his head slightly on the microphone.

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to the PATRONS: (As he now has a happy smile on his face and says to them in happy voice): "Haaa, thank-you, ooooh!"

LANCELOT PRINGLE Mc BIFF to HARRY JAMES and HIS MUSIC MAKERS: (As he is mischievously smiling at Mr. James and says): "Harry, we'll go from the strings of Riggaletta back to the strings of riggamortis."

{MUSIC MAKER}: "LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF:" "I LOVE THE SOUTH:" {START}:

"Sometime ago I saw 'Gone With The Wind', a picture from a book that I read. And since I've seen, 'Gone With The Wind,' the South has gone to my head. Say, I love the South, there's nothing finer than to be in Carolina, or in Tennessee. Yes, I love the South, cause Alabamy old Kentucky. My old mammie means so much to me. And when they mention the states above the old M.D. Line, all I can say is bah. I pardon my accent. Then I make a bee line for Atlanta, gaa, New Orleans, laa, the Mississippi River and south of VA. I love the South. When ever I hear someone mention 'Stonewall Jackson', I begin to cheer, yes, I love the South. I love Virginny and New Jersey, {how in earth did Jersey get in here?}. And I love to sing 'Shortnin' Bread' with a hunk of sugar cane in my mouth. Hey, the cotton fields are very milkey, muss my hair and call me 'Wilkey', yes, sirey, I'm from the South. Say, I went down South awhile ago to spend a short vacation and I over heard the most intreging Souther Conversation. Said North Carolina to South Carolina, how do you do, how do you do? Said South Carolina to North Carolina, how are you, and how are you and in North Virginia seeing the press Carolina said what's gotten into you? She said I'm depressed, I think I'll go West, so Virginia went West they king West Virginia. Then New Orleans, said to Old Orleans what they say about Dixie is true. Said South Carolina, said to North Carolina, who do you like? how do you do,
{Right here we see Sergeant Muggsy sending his Guinea Hen a flying as Lancelot Pringle McBiff is now catching it and is holding it with a perplexed look his face and he is happily dancing with it}.
Oh, I love the South, a three-a, four-a, five-a, six-a, seven-a, eight-a, or nine-a, Tennessee. Yes, I love the South. I love Virginia and New Jersey, {what the heck does Jersey want from me?}. And I love to be with men who know best, like those cigarette tobacco autioneers. You know what time it is?, it's three O'clock, 'blah-blah-blah-blah-blah." {Right here Lancelot Pringle McBiff is strumming his fingers over his lips and is looking at his watch}.

{MUSIC MAKER}: "LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF:" "I LOVE THE SOUTH:" {END}:

While Lancelot Pringle McBiff was singing he was doing a soft shoe shuffle style of a march dance clicking his heels together.

Plus we are now back on Sergeant Muggsy and Bonnie-Bell where they are looking at their food plates with dismay. We now see Bonnie-Bell looking at Sergeant Muggsy with a mad look on her face as Sergeant Muggsy is now taking his knife and is stabbing his guinea hen with it and is taking his other and is pounding the knife hard into it with a look of determination on his face as he is now trying to get it to split apart so he can be able to eat it. Sergeant Muggsy has now noticed that Bonnie-Bell is looking at him with an embarrassed look on her face as Sergeant Muggsy is now setting down his knife and is looking at Bonnie-Bell with a sheepish look on his face. Bonnie-Bell is now happily returning to her plate of food and is in the process of cutting a green pea into two portions while Sergeant Muggsy is looking at her with a look of bewilderment on his face. Bonnie-Bell is now happily eatting a half of a green pea. As Bonnie-Bell is politely eating her peas, Sergeant Muggsy is now in the process of taking his dinner roll and is putting his guinea hen in betwixt it and is in the process of eating it like a chicken sandwich. As Sergeant Muggsy is in the process of taking a bite we hear someone laughing loudly as Sergeant Muggsy is now putting his guinea hen sandwich up to his ear thinking it is talking to him. As Sergeant Muggsy was having his tit-for-tat with his guinea hen sandwich Bonnie-Bell was sitting there with her chin resting on her hand as she is looking at Sergeant Muggsy with a mad and embarrased look on her face. Sergeant Muggsy has now set down his sandwich and has given Bonnie-Bell a sheepish look. As Lancelot Pringle McBiff was singing about his conversation betwixt the two Carolina states we now see Bonnie-Bell looking at Lancelot Pringle McBiff with a loving look on her face as she is now giving him goo-goo eyes. Sergeant Muggsy has now noticed Bonnie-Bell goo-goo eyeing Lancelot Pringle McBiff as he has now patted her on her hand to stop her from doing it as he now has a really disgusted look on his face. Bonnie-Bell is in a state of madness and has now reached over with a evil look on her face as she has nob stabbed Sergeant Muggsy hard on his hand with her fork. Sergeant Muggsy is now biting his lip and has a look of grimace on his face to do everything he can to muffle his screams of pain. Sergeant Muggsy is now back fighting with his guinea hen as he now sends it flying as Lancelot Pringle McBiff is now in the process of catching it with a dumbfounded look on his face. We now see Lancelot Pringle McBiff happily finishing his dancing routine with Sergeant Muggsy guinea hen and is now happily returning it to Sergeant Muggsy plate.

Lancelot Pringle McBiff has now waved his fingers at Bonnie-Bell as she is now smiling sweetly at him. Lancelot Pringle McBiff has now completed his song and dance number as he is now approaching their table and has now gotten himself a chair and is happily making himself at home at their table.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As Sergeant Muggsy is now leaning over his plate and is giving Mr. McBiff an evil look and is saying to him in a nasty tone of voice): "This is a private party, see?"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Mr McBiff is looking at Sergeant Muggsy with a sheepish look on his face and is saying in a sarcastic tone of voice): "You know this is the first time I ever saw a face with a belt in the back!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As Sergeant Muggsy now has a really evil look on his face as he is now pounding his fist hard on the table and is shouting wickedly at Lancelot Pringle McBiff): "S-C-R-A-M!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is looking at Sergeant Muggsy with an ugly look on her face and is saying to him in a quiet and mean voice): "Quiet dope, I'm having fun!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As she is now looking at Mr.McBiff with a sweet and flirty smile as she has none hand on his shoulder and is asking him in a sweet and phoney southern draw): "Are y'all really from the south like you said in that song?"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is looking at her with a sweet smile on his face as he is saying to her in a mischievous tone of voice): "Yes, but I just ran fresh out of you alls!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As she is now looking at him in a really sweet and flirtatious way as she is saying to him in a carrying phoney southern voice): "Why, I sure wanna thank-y'all for returning our guinea pig."

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is looking at her with a really sweet look on his face and is asking her in a sweet voice): "Oh, that's all right, what's your name?"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As she is now looking at him with a flirtatious goo-goo eyes and is still using her 'SOUTHERN DRAWL' says to him): "My name's Bonnie-Bell, what's yours?"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is now looking at her with a loving look on his face and is saying to her in a sweet and low voice): "Just call me Biff."

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is looking at him with a devilsh gleem in her eyes as she is still using her 'SOUTHERN DRAWL' says to him in a devilsh voice): "Muggsy, you all outta by Biff a little drink!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is looking at her with a scared look on his face as he is saying to her in a slightly panicking tone of voice): "Oh, he don't wanna drink, he's a singer, it's bad for his pipes!" {Here Sergeant Muggsy is now rubbing his hands up and down his throat}.

BONNIE-BELL to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As she is lookin at him with goo-goo eyes and is saying to him in her sweet 'SOUTHERN DRAWL'): "Y'all, have got to have a drink!"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he now has a look of dismay on his face and is saying in a devilsh tone of voice): "Well, if you insist. I should have a bicarbonate of float, but I'll have a champagne cocktail!"

BONNIE-BELL to A WAITER: (As she is now paging him with a serious look on her face and is using a serious tone of voice): "Waiter, two champagne cocktails, please!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As Sergeant Muggsy is now standing up in an utter state of madness is shouting at him in a mean and evil voice): "Listen you, are you gonna scram it or do I have to get tough?"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Mr. McBiff is sitting there looking at him with a bewildered look on his face as he is saying to him in a worried voice): "Oh, don't be vulgar, sit down, please!?"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As she is looking at him with a sweet and flirtatious look as she is still using her sweet 'SOUTHERN DRAWL'): "Now Biff, don't you pay no heed to him!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is now standing up and looking at him with an evil look on her face as she is saying to him in a wicked 'NON-SOUTHERN' voice and has now socked him hard in his stomach): "Look, Sergeant, are you going to sit down, or do I have to get tough about it?"

We now see Bonnie-Bell slugging Sergeant Muggsy hard in his stomach as he is now falling into his chair and is rubbing his stomach and is saying in pain, 'Oooowh-oooowh-oooowh-oooowh-oooowh-oooowh-oooowh-oooowh-ta-ta-ta-ta-ta-ta-ta-ta!"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he has now stood up in a state of mad politeness as he is looking at her with a sweet smile on his face as she is sweetly smiling back states as he is now holding her arm and helping her sit down): "Won't you all sit down, slugger!?"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is sitting there with a bewildered look on his face as he is now feeling her arm and is asking her in a devilsh tone of voice): "Say, did you ever wrestle for Harvard?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As he has an evil look on his face and is now thoroughly disgusted with him shouts to him wickedly): "I don't have to stand for this kind of stuff!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to A WAITER: (As he is now shouting for a waiter in an utter state of madness): "Hey, waiter bring me the cheque!"

Sergeant Muggsy has now noticed the charges on the cheque and he now flinches in worry about how he is going to pay it. BILL: "Two halves of guinea hens; 30.00$, two ordures of green peas, 6.00$, two cups of coffee, 2.00$, two champagne cocktails, 10.00$, two desserts, 8.00$, 15% gratuite, and a 10.00$ cover charge which comes to with the gratuite of 10.00$ 76.00$. He is now sitting there pointing at the cheque with his eyes bugging out of his head, and his mouth is now agait as his bottom lip is quivering as he is saying, taaa-taaa-taaa-taaa-taaa-taaa in panic due to the fact that he cannot afford it.

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is looking at her with a worried look on his face and is using a worried tone of voice says to her about the way Sergeant Muggsy is acting): "What is that asthma?"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As he is looking at Sergeant Muggsy with a worried look on his face and is saying to him in a low and worried tone of voice in reference to the cheque): "Let me see!"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As he has now looked at the cheque and is saying to Sergeant Muggsy in an evil mischievous voice and in total nastiness and not offering to help pay for it): "Oh, that's okay, you've been here since New Years Eve!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is looking at her in a state of panic and is asking her in a begging and panicking voice): "You got any money with ya?"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is looking at him with a dismazed look on her face and is saying to him in a low and mad voice): "NO!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is now in a total state of panic as he is using a panicking voice as he if now rifling through his pockets for his bill fold): "I had dough when I cam in. I had a pocketful. I had it in a wallet. Not that, our engagement ring." {Bonnie-Bell has now taken off her engagement ring and is offering it for payment towards the cheque): "I can only get five bucks on it!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is now standing up in madness as she is shouting to him in through disgust): "OH!"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As he is now standing up and is looking evily at Sergeant Muggsy and is saying to him in a nasty voice): "Stand up, there's a lady with us."

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is standing there with a really nasty look on her face as she is picking Sergeant Muggsy off of his chair by the front of his uniform jacket says to him in a mean voice in reference to her engagement ring): "So, you had it in hock before!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is looking at her with a look of panice and is saying to her in a panicking voice): "No, I didn't, honest!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is looking at her with a hurtful look on his face as he saying to her in ahurtful voice): "I walked by it......"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is standing there totally mad at him beyond no end as she is starting to hit him in the stomach but instead hits him hard on his coconut and knocks him out says): "Why I outta......"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is looking at her like whipped little puppy and is saying to her in a pleading tone of voice): "Oh, If you weren't wearing glasses!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF and BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is now standing there with an evil look on his face and is saying to them in a wicked and evil voice as he is pointing to his Sergeant Metals on his uniform says): "See that don't ya, I'm deadly!"

We now see Segeant Muggsy Snavel leaving the 'Snooty Nightclub' totally and outrageously mad at both Lancelot Pringle McBiff and Bonnie-Bell Schlopkiss.

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is standing there looking at her with an evil look on his face and is saying to her in a wicked voice): "Hunh-hunh. I don't know what I'd do without him, and I'd rather, sit down shorty."

We now see Lancelot Pringle McBiff sitting down with a happy look on his face as Bonnie-Bell is now sitting down beside him with a sweet and flirtatious look on her face.

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is looking at Bonnie-Bell with a sweet and lovey-dovey look on his face as she is looking at him back in pure love as he states): "Aaaah, where were we?"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As she is smiling at him in a 'flirty way' as she is using her flirty 'SOUTHERN DRAWL' says to him): "Who cares about that, where we y'all going?"

We now see Lancleot Pringle McBiff with an insipid sweet look on his face as he is saying, 'hunh-hunh-hunh-hunh-hunh-hunh-hunh-hunh', in a total state of love.

We now see the Andrews Sisters waltzing onto the stage dressed in beautiful floor length gowns with giant roses on them and with white lace tops as they are getting ready to do a number.

"ANDREWS SISTERS:" "THREE LITTLE SISTERS:" {START}:

"There were three littles sisters. Three little sisters and each one only in her teens. One loved a Soldier, one loved a Sailor, and one loved a lad from the Marines. Oh, the three little sisters they were the fairest from Iceland down to New Orleans. So, said the Soldier, so said the Sailor, and so said the lad from the Marines. And when the boys marched away, the girls said they'd be true until the boys came back someday. Now, three little sisters, three little sisters stay home and read their magazines. You can tell it to the Soldiers, tell it to the Sailors, and tell it to the Marines. 'Ba-da-la-da-da-ba-da-la-la-de-da-ba-ba'; 'Ba-da-la-da-da-ba-da-la-la-de-da-ba-ba'; 'Ba-da-la-da-da-ba-da-la-la-de-da-ba-ba'; 'Ba-da-la-da-da-ba-da-la-la-de-da-ba-ba'; 'Ba-da-la-da-da-ba-da-la-la-de-da-ba-ba'; 'Ba-da-la-da-da-ba-da-la-la-de-da-ba-ba'; 'Ba-da-la-da-da-ba-da-la-la-de-da-ba-da'; 'Ba-da-la-da-da-ba-da-la-la-de-da-ba-ba'; 'Ba-da-la-da-da-ba-da-la-la-de-da-ba-ba."

PATTY ANDREWS: {SOLO}:

"Three little sisters, two littles sister of mine and each one was only in her teens, taaa-aaah-haaa-haaa, one loved a Soldier, one loved a Sailor boy, I loved the lad from the Marines. Oh, my, two little sisters they were the fairest of all from Iceldand directly to New Orleans, aaah-haaa-haaa-haaa. So said the Soldier, so said the Sailor boy, so said the guy from the Marines."

ANDREWS SISTERS: {IN UNISON}:

"And when the boys marched away the girls said they'd be true until the boys marched back someday. Now the three little sisters, those three little sisters stay home, home and read their magazines. You can tell it to the Soldiers, tell it to the Sailors, 'Ooooooooooooh', tell it, tell it to the Marines."

"ANDREWS SISTERS:" "THREE LITTLE SISTERS:" {END}:

As the Andrews Sisters were singing they were doing a soft shoe march dance style and were periodically saluting as they also were using hand gestures for flipping pages reading magazines plus like they were shooting guns.


We now fade out of the "Snooty Nightclub' scene to the Army life where we see a sign on a door that reads as follows:

WILLIAM A. JONES
FOOT SPECIALIST
FLATS FIXED

We now see Lon Prentice walking out of the foot specialists office in total glee as he has now gotten his one flat foot fixed as he has now given the door a giant kiss of thankfulness.

LON PRENTICE to A FOUR STAR GENERAL: (As Mr. Prentice has now walked up to him in total happiness and has now shaken his hand says to him in total joy): "Hiya, buddy!"

FOUR STAR GENERAL to LON PRENTICE: (As the General is now in a state of wonderment says bac to Mr. Prentice in a perplexed voice): "Hiya!"

LON PRENTICE to a ROOMFUL OF PEOPLE: (As they happen to be the Music Makers. Mr. Prentice is now opening the door and is walking in, in a total state of joy says to them in a happy voice): "Hey, what is this, the whole band. Don't tell me, you guys are enlisted too?"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to LON PRENTICE: (As Mr. McBiff is smiling happily at Mr. Prentice and is saying to him in a happy voice): "Yeah were, enlisting? No, we're waiting for Harry to take his physical, he won't pass it though, he still has his tonsils."

We now see two very handsome young lads in their early twenties walking into the Recruiting Office.

HANDSOME LADS; {ONE ON LEFT; DONNY: "DONALD O'CONNER}; {ONE ON RIGHT; McALLISTER: "GENE O'DONNEL}: to LON PRENTICE: (As they have surprised looks on their faces and are asking him in a polite tone of voice): "Oh, where is the Recruiting Sergeant?"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to DONNY and McALLISTER: (As Mr. McBiff is looking at them with a mischievous look on his face and is asking them in a mischievous tone of voice): "Say, what ar you two Boy Scouts doing here?"

DONNY to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As he is now a bit flustered and his voice goes to a slightly higher pitch as he is slightly stuttering says to him in a scared voice): "Oh, we want, hunh, we, we, we, want to join the Army?"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to DONNY and McALLISTER: (As Mr. McBiff is saying to them in a gurff and sarcastic tone of voice): "They won't take you, you're too young!"

DONNY and McALLISTER to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As they are looking at Mr. McBiff as they are looking at him with a dazed look and are saying to him in unison using a deepish dazed voice): "Who's too young?"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to DONNY and McALLISTER: (As Mr. McBiff is standing there looking at them with an evil look as he is saying to them in a gruff voice): "Look, you gotta be over eighteen to join the Army!"

McALLISTER to LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As he and Donny are now standing there with looks of dazement on their faces as McAllister is saying to Mr. McBiff in a questionable voice): "Oh, you have to be over eighteen, hunh?"

McALLISTER to DONNY: (As he is looking at Donny with a look of mischief and says to him in a devilsh sad tone of voice): "Come on, Donny!"

We now see Donny and McAllister looking at Lancelot Pringle McBiff and Lon Prentice with sorry looks as they are now politely exiting the Recruiting Office and shutting the door closed behind them.

We now see Harry James walking out of the Medical Examiners Office as he is now putting on his suit jacket and has an overjoyed look on his face.

HARRY JAMES to HIS MUSIC MAKERS: (As he is now looking at them in glee and is saying to them in a happy voice): "Well fellas."

MUSIC MAKERS to HARRY JAMES: (As they are now standing up and greeting Mr. James in glee as they are saying to him in a happy voice): "Hey, hey, what happened, what happened!?"

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to HARRY JAMES: (As Mr. McBiff is standing there with a wicked look on his face as he is saying in a mean and mischievous voice): "Look, he's smiling, he didn't make it!"

HARRY JAMES to LON PRENTICE and LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF: (As Mr. Prentice is now approaching Mr. James in a happy manner as Mr. James is saying to him in a mischievous voice): "Don't kid yourself, the Doc says I'm in perfect shape!"

LON PRENTICE to HARRY JAMES: (As Mr. Prentice is saying to Mr. James in a happy voice and with a huge smil on his face): "That's the stuff Harry, stick around and I'll be right with ya!"

HARRY JAMES to LON PRENTICE: (As Mr. James has now put a hand on Mr. Prentices' arm and is looking at him with a dazed look on his face and is saying to him in a happy voice): "You mean, you're joining up?"

LON PRENTICE to HARRY JAMES: (As Mr. Prentice has now patted Mr. James on his arm and is smiling at him happily as he is saying to him gleefully): "Why sure, they can't keep me out now!"

RECRUITING SERGEANT; {WADE BOTELER} to the RECRUITES: (As he is sitting at his desk hold a pencil with a mean look on his face as he is shouting loudly): 'N-E-X-T!"

We now see Lon Prentice, Harry James and all of the Music Makers walking up to the Recruiting Sergeant with dazed looks on their faces.

LON PRENTICE to the RECRUITING SERGEANT: (As Mr. Prentice has a happy look on his face and is using a determined tone of voice): "Hiya, Sarge!"

RECRUITING SERGEANT to LON PRENTICE: (As he is still sitting there looking at Mr. Prentice with a mad look on his face and is using a mad voice shouts to him): "What, again!?"

LON PRENTICE to the RECRUITING SERGEANT: (As Mr. Prentice is looking at him mischievously and is saying to him in a mischievous voice): "Yeah!"

RECRUITING SERGEANT to LON PRENTICE: (As he is still sitting at his desk waving a pencil at Mr. Prentice with a mad look on his face and is shouting at him madly): "Now, I told you a dozen times, there's no place in the Army for flat feet!"

LON PRENTICE to the RECRUITING SERGEANT: (As Mr. Prentice is now looking over on the Sergeants desk and is looking at him mischievously as he is now using a mischievous tone of voice): "Who's got flat feet?"

RECRUITING SERGEANT to LON PRENTICE: (As the Recruiting Sergeant is still sitting at his desk looking at Mr. Prentice with a mad look and is shouting at him madly): "All right, one flat foot!"

LON PRENTICE to the RECRUITING SERGEANT: (As he is looking at him gleefully and is using a happy tone of voice as he is showing the Recruiting Sergeant a Medical Pass proving he has perfect feet): "Not anymore, I've got two of the nicest arches you ever saw, the doctor said so!"

RECRUITING SERGEANT to LON PRENTICE: (As the Recruiting Sergeant has okayed his Medical Pass and is saying to him in a concerned voice and a mad look on his face): "Okay, I'll give you another chance. Report to the Examinating Officers."

LON PRENTICE to the RECRUITING SERGEANT: (As he has now taken back his Medical Pass and has a happy look on his face and is shouting at him gleefully): "T-H-A-N-K-S!"

All the while that Lon Prentice and the Recruiting Sergeant were having their consultation we say Mr. James standing there smiling happily as the Music Makers were looking at him with concerned and happy looks on their faces.

We now see the two very handsome lads, {Donny and McAllister}, who were told they were too young to sign up now returning smoking humongous sized cigars trying to look older to be able to enlist.

ENLISTMENT OFFICER; {GEORGE CHANDLER}; to DONNY and McALLISTER: (As the Enlistment Officer is now pointing at them in the come on signal as he is looking at them stearnly as he is saying in a stearn voice): "Gentlemen!"

We now see Donny and McAllister walking up to the Recruiting Sergeant in a stearn manner as they are now taking their cigars from their mouths and are looking at him with serious looks.

McALLISTER to the RECRUITING SERGEANT: (As he is standing there trying to look old and dignified as he is saying in a low, adult like sounding voice): "Can we have an application, Sergeant?"

RECRUITING SERGEANT to DONNY and McALLISTER: (As he still sitting at his desk with a blank look on his face and is saying to them in a low and stearn voice): "Are you two men over eighteen?"

DONNY and McALLISTER to the RECRUITING SERGEANT: (As they are standing there looking at the Sergeant with serious looks on their faces and are saying in a serious voice): "Sure, sure!"

RECRUITING SERGEANT to DONNY and McALLISTER: (As he is looking at them with a serious look and is saying to them in a professional voice as he is now believing them): "Here, are your applications!"

We now see Donny and McAllister exiting in pride as they are now exiting to fill oot their Enlistment Applications as they are now being stopped by on of Harry James' Music Makers.

MUSIC MAKER to DONNY and McALLISTER: (As he has now taken the cigars from their mouths and have tossed them onto the floor and is looking at them meanly as he is saying to them in a mad voice): "Wait a minute you two, I saw what happened over there, what's the idea lieing about your age?"

McALLISTER to the MUSIC MAKER: (As he and Donny are standing there with mischievous grins on their faces as McAllister is saying to the Music Maker in a mischievous tone of voice): "We didn't lie!"

MUSIC MAKER to DONNY and McALLISTER: (As the Music Maker is looking at them with a disgusted look on his face and is shouting at them in a disguted tone of voice): "Not much, you're not over eighteen and you know it."

DONNY and McALLISTER to the MUSIC MAKER: (As they are now saying in unison mischievously as they are now showing him the soles of their right shoes with the number 'EIGHTEEN' written on it): "Oh, no!?"

DONNY to the MUSIC MAKER: (As he has now pushed the Music Maker gently aside as he and McAllister are holding their Enlistment Applications as Donny says to the Music Maker as the two lads are now exiting): "Pardon me."

We now see Harry James running into the Recruitment Office in a full blown state of overjoyment.

HARRY JAMES to HIS MUSIC MAKERS: (As he is now putting on his suit jacket and is shouting gleefully): "I made it, I made it!"


"HARRY JAMES AND HIS MUSIC MAKERS:" "WE'RE IN THE ARMY NOW:" {START}:

HARRY JAMES: "I'm in the Army now. I'm on my way and how."
MUSIC JOINING IN: "As one of the mob that's doin' a job. We're in the Army now."
HARRY JAMES SOLO: "The Monkey Men will sock Tokyo."
MUSIC MAKERS JOINING IN: "Par lé-vous."
JOHN; MUSIC MAKER SOLO: "The Monkey men will sock Tokyo."
HARRY AND MUSIC MAKERS: "Par lé-vous."
HARRY JAMES SOLO: "They'll find it all over Tokyo, when they get a swift kick in their Tokyo!"

{Here Harry James and His Music Makers are doing a march, square dance style of dance as they are now taking hold of each others arms and are shuffling to and fro, sideways and regular style of march as they are now singing in the Recuiting Office and the Recruiting Sergeant is looking at them in dismay}:

HARRY JAMES AND MUSIC MAKERS: "Rinky-dinky, Par lé-vous. Now I'm Mr. Amplified. Wow, I'm Mr. Good. Ma, they're treating me all right. But, they can't put my pride down."

SERGEANT MUGGSY'S COMPANY JOINING IN: {As they are marching up to their barracks in pride}: "Oh, march. Nobody is spoiling me. I've got work to do, they won't let me stay, it's better to do. This Company, Forty-Five. I'ts plain and it's true. On, march, I'm Mr. Amplified, and by the way I'm in for good."

HARRY JAMES AND HIS MUSIC MAKERS; {AND SERGEANT MUGGSY COMPANY}: "WE'RE IN THE ARMY NOW:" {END}:

We are now on Sergeant Muggsy Company as they are now dressed in their dress uniforms standing at attention as they are now being greeted by the Company "CAPTAIN"; {ADDISON RICHARDS}.

CAPTAIN to COMPANY FORTY-FIVE: (As he is walking to and fro and is saying to them in a professional voice): "We realize there is a vast difference between Army routine and civilian life. In the past weeks you probably know that. Now, we start our intensive training program. It won't be easy, but I know that you'll all respond realizing we're all together fighting a common cause, Sergeant, {Here Sergeant Muggsy is approaching the Captain and is saluting him}, take charge of the Company!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to the CAPTAIN: (As Sergeant Snavel has now saluted the Captain and says seriously): "Yes, sir!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to HIS COMPANY: (As Sergeant Snavel is standing there seriously and is shouting at his Company in a stearn voice): "Tomorrow, Revelry will be at 5:00 A.M., instead of six. This Company will fall in at six-thirty for target practice. Company, dismissed!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Mr. Prentice is now approaching Sergeant Snavel with a disobedient look on his face as he has now put a hand on Sergeant Snavels shoulder and is saying to him in a low and disobedient voice): "Hey, Snavel!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Sergeant Snavel is now looking at him with a mean look and is shouting back at him in an evil voice): "Sergeant Snavel to you!"

PRIVATE {ERNEST} PRENTICE to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As he is looking at him with a mean look on his face and is now disobeying ordures as he is asking Sergeant Snavel): "All right, Sergeant Snavel! Why do I have to go to this target practice?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Sergeant Snavel is looking at Private Prentice with a really wicked look on his face as Sergeant Snavel now has his hands on his waist and is stating to Private Prentice in a mean voice): "So we can teach you to shoot an Army rifle!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Private Prentice is now standing there with a dumbfounded look on his face as he is saying to Sergeant Snavel in a mean and disobedient voice): "Teach me, I've been shootin' for years. I could probably teach you guys a few things."

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Sergeant Snavel is looking at Private Prentice with a mean look and using a mean voice): "Private Prentice, play period's over, you heard what the Captain said, this is war!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As he is using hand gestures to support himself is saying to Sergeant Snavel with a mad look on his face and using a mad voice): "Fall in, fall out, target practice. I came to the Army to fight, not go to school."

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Sergeant Snavel is now pointing to his Sergeant Stripes and is looking at him with a mean look on his face as he is shouting to Private Prentice in a wicked tone of voice): "You see this, it took me years of hard work to earn them and I'm proud to live up to all they represent. Now go get your gun and report back here!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As he is looking at Sergeant Snavel with an evil look and is saying to Sergeant Snavel in a very disobedient voice): "Oh, I think the whole set-up is cock-eyed. I'm in good condition. I can shoot a gun, why do I have to train?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to {DISOBEDIENT} PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Sergeant Snavel is now pointing a finger in the direction of the Captain's Office with a mad look on his face and is using a mean tone of voice): "Why don't you tell the Captain your troubles?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As he is looking at Sergeant Snavel with an ugly look and is using a evil and sarcastic voice): "All right I will, where is he?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As he is looking at Private Prentice with a wicked look and is using an evil tone of voice): "Over there, and he'd love to see ya?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Private Prentice is now going over to the Captain as he has given Sergeant Snavel an evil look and is using a mean tone of voice): "That's good enough for me!"

We now see Sergeant Muggsy Snavel with a scared look on his face as he is now doing a two step quick shuffle and is slapping his face out of fear as he has now noticed that this was not a good time to see the Captain and Sergeant Snavel is now saying as he is turning quickly and is exiting, 'taaa-taaa-taaa-taaa-taaa-taaa-eeeb-eeeb-eeeb-eeeb-eeeb-eeeb'."

CORPORAL ANEMIC; {HUNTZ HALL} to the COMPANY: (As we see a group of Privates standing around a Jeep as Corporal Anemic is standing there with a look of dazement on his face as he is shouting loudly): "Hey, which one of you guys is Harry James?"

PRIVATE HARRY JAMES to CORPORAL ANEMIC: (As Private James is now turning around and is looking at him with a dazed look on his face and is saying in a dazed voice): "Here!?"

CORPORAL ANEMIC to PRIVATE JAMES: (As Corporal Anemic is standing there with a look of pride on his face as he is using a serious voice and he is holding onto a bugle): "Private James, the Sergeant-Major has appointed you Company Buglar!"

PRIVATE JAMES to CORPORAL ANEMIC: (As Private James is standing there with a proud look on his face and he is stating in a proudful tone of voice): "Company Buglar. How about that a Bugle Boy at my age? "Hunh-hunh!"

We now see Corporal Anemic standing by Private James as Private James is now hitting a few notes on the bugle that are good and then he has now hit a couple of bad ones.

PRIVATE JAMES to CORPORAL ANEMIC: (As Private James is standing there with an embarrassed look on his face as he is using an embarrassed tone of voice): "Must be a bird or something in here!"

PRIVATE DONNY to ANOTHER ENLISTMENT: (As the Corporal is now standing there by the Soldier and is saying to him with a look of mischief on his face as he is now using a slightly laughing and mischievous voice): "Hunhf, greatest trumpet player in the world and he can't even blow a bugle!"

We are now inside of the Captain's Quarters where we are having a Conference betwixt the Captain ; {who is sitting at his desk}, the disobedient Private Prentice, who is standing at the right and "LIEUTENANT HOWARD MASON;" {RICHARD DAVIES}, standing in the centre and "ANOTHER SERGEANT;" {BILLY WAYNE}, standing at the left.

CAPTAIN to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As the Captain is now sitting at his desk with a concerned look on his face as he is now saying to Private Prentice in a carrying tone of voice): "I think there is a great deal of merit in your complaint Private Prentice. A man with your capabilities, shouldn't be forced to do things against his wishes."

CAPTAIN to LIEUTENANT HOWARD MASON: (As we now see the Captain looking over at Lieutenant Mason with a concerned look on his face as he is saying in a concerned voice): "Lieutenant Mason, if there are any duties that Private Prentice doesn't care to perform he is to be excused!"

LIEUTENANT HOWARD MASON to the CAPTAIN: (As the Lieutenant is standing there looking at the Captain seriously and is saying to him in a low voice): "Yes Sir!"

CAPTAIN to LIEUTENANT HOWARD MASON: (As he is looking at the Lieutenant with a serious look on his face and is using a serious voice): "Make that an ordure!"

CAPTAIN to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As the Captain is still sitting at his desk with a look of disappointment on his face and he is saying to Private Prentice seriously): "I think that will take care of it, Private Prentice."

PRIVATE PRENTICE to the CAPTAIN: (As he now has a happy look on his face and is now saluting him says): "Thank-you, Captain!"

We now see the Captain standing up from his desk with a look of mischief on his face as he is now putting on his hat and is getting ready to exit.

CAPTAIN to LIEUTENANT MASON and the OTHER SERGEANT: (As he is now in the process of exiting from his Quarters and has a mischievous look on his face as he is using a mischievous tone of voice): "That boy is in for alot of trouble!"

LIEUTENANT MASON to the CAPTAIN: (As Lieutenant Mason is standing there at attention and has a bewildered look on his face as he is using a questionable tone of voice): "What makes you think so, Captain?"

CAPTAIN to LIEUTENANT HOWARD MASON: (As the Captain is now looking at the Lieutenant with a sheepis look on his face as he is using a mischievous voice): "About twenty years ago, at the Academy, a Cadet had the same idea!"

LIEUTENANT HOWARD MASON to the CAPTAIN: (As the Lieutenant now has a look of wonderment on his face as he is asking in worried and questionable voice): "What happened?"

CAPTAIN to LIEUTENANT HOWARD MASON: (As the Captain is looking at the Lieutenant with a mischievous smile as he is saying to him mischievously as he is now exiting from his office): "Haven't you noticed, I sometimes walk with a slight limp?"

We now see the Other Sergeant looking at Lieutenant Mason as they both have mischievous grins on their faces as they are now laughing at the Captain's parting statement.

It is now the next morning and we see Sergeant Snavel and his Company out happily on morning march where we see out of nowhere this gentleman named "UNCLE"; {JIMMY CONLIN}, {In my opinion, 'The Ants Have Stollen His Picnic'}, standing there dressed in a plaid suit with a black rope style of a border outlining the lapel of his suit jacket, a white shirt, black tie, vest to match the jacket, a derby style of a hat with a huge black border outlining his hat as he is looking around a field with a huge pair of field glasses with a wicked look on his face as he has now noticed Sergeant Snavel and his Company arriving.

UNCLE: (As he now has a really demented look on his face as he is shouting in a evily happy tone of voice): "Here they come. Gosh, wish the Chief would get here."

We now see a really "CUTE LITTLE GIRL NAMED, {TAG-A-LONG}; {SUSAN LEVINE}, about four or five years of age happily skipping up the road dressed in white short lenght cotton-pinafore-jumper dress with a short, puffy sleeved white shirt with tiny little roses on it, white anklet stockings, black patent leather 'Mary-Jane' shoes and a huge white bow tied on her Brunette coloured hair.

UNCLE to the LITTLE CHIEF TAG-A-LONG: (As he is standing there smiling happily as he has now saluted the little Tag-a-Long gleefully as he is holding onto a piece of paper): "Hiya, Chief!"

{CHIEF} TAG-A-LONG to HER UNCLE: (As she is standing there looking at him with a blank look on her face says in a monotone voice as she has now saluted back): "Hi!"

UNCLE to LITTLE CHIEF TAG-A-LONG: (As he is now bent over and is looking at Little Chief Tag-a-Long with a worried look on his face as he is saying to her in a worried tone of voice): You're late Chief, what detains ya?"

We now see Little Chief Tag-a-Long shrugging her shoulders at her Uncle.

UNCLE to LITTLE CHIEF TAG-A-LONG: (As he is still bent over and is looking at her with a smile on his face as he is saying to her in a mischievous voice): "Oh, well, that' different. I got the traps all set. I followed you plans exactly!"

We now see a kids drawing of a trap map that looks like this: {To the best of my ability}: "In the upper left corner of the paper we see a stick figure drawing of a soldier laying on his back with a squiggly square drawn around him with the word 'SPRING' written just to the right of him with an arrow pointing left to the squiggly square and Soldier. In the centre we see a tree in bloom with some grass and flowers beneath it. Then starting at the upper right corner we see two lines wiggling all the way down the middle of the paper approximately half an inch apart with the word "PATH" written betwixt them. We are now at the lower right portion of the paper where we see another tree with some grass underneath it, with a picture of an axe drawn at the right side of the tree trunk with the work "AXE" written on the left side of the tree trunk with an arrow pointing at the trunk from the right. We see a stick figure of a person with a piece of rope tied to his right ankle as he is swinging helplessly by his ankle from a tree branch. There is a pretty little white pickette fence with some grass and flowers drawn underneath the swinging soldier.

We now see Little Chief Tag-a-Long standing there with a disgusted look on her face as she has now taken her right hand and has drawn a line from across the left side of her chest to her right side and then has now formed her hands into fists as she is now making a smashing movement with them as has now shaken her head from side to side in disagreement with the map.

UNCLE to LITTLE CHIEF TAG-A-LONG: (As he is now still bent over and is looking at her with a sad look on his face and he is saying to her in a sad tone of voice): "Aaaah, don't you like it? But, it works, here I'll show ya!"

We now see the Uncle handing Little Chief Tag-a-Long the map as she has shaken her head in disagreement about the traps as he has now exited to demonstrate his traps to her.

UNCLE to LITTLE CHIEF TAG-A-LONG: (As he is now at one of his traps and is looking at her with a wicked look on his face and is using a wicked tone of voice as he says): "These spy traps are a great idea Chief, watch!"

We now see Uncle tugging on a piece of rope that is inconspicuously tied to a tree as he is now opening one of his traps which is a swinging door that goes into the ground and is very well disguised by a nice thick covering of straw.

UNCLE to LITTLE CHIEF TAG-A-LONG: (As he is looking at her with a quizzative look on his face as he is asking her approval in a questionable tone of voice): "Do you think this is the right spot for the Proving Grounds?"

We now see the Cute Little Chief Tag-a-Long standing there still holding onto her map with a blank look on her face as she is now nodding her head affirmatively to Uncle's question. Little Chief Tag-a-Long is now merrily skipping away down the road with her map.

We now see Sergeant Snavel and some of His Company walking through the trap field.

PRIVATE McALLISTER to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Private McAllister is looking at Sergeant Snavel with a worried look on his face as he is shouting at him in a worried voice): "Hey Sarge, this doesn't look right!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATES DONNY and McALLISTER: (As Sergeant Snavel is looking at them with a disgusted look on his face as he is pointing a finger at them and is shouting at them madly): "I'm running this, you two guys stary right where you're at. I've gotta get my bearins'."

As Sergeant Snavel has now turned around to get his bearrings we now see 'Uncle Lunatic' with an evil look on his face as he has now pulled a couple of ropes to his traps sending the two Privates into holes in the ground.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATES DONNY and McALLISTER: (As he now has his back turned to them and not knowing that they have disappeared is saying in a worried tone of voice and a worried look on his face): "Wish I had my compass with me, if you go......, and......"

Sergeant Snavel has now turned around and has now discovered that his Two Privates have disappeared. Sergeant Snavel is now frantically running around in circles in a state of panic as he is looking for his two missing Privates.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to {MISSING} PRIVATES DONNY and McALLISTER: (As he now has a really worried look on his face as he is shouting in a panicking tone of voice): "Hey, you guys, where are ya?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to {MISSING} PRIVATES DONNY and McALLISTER: (As he is now in a full blown state of panic is shouting in a panicking tone of voice): "Hey, fellas!?"

THREE OTHER PRIVATES to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As the three other Privates are now coming upon him with their rifles in their hands and with worried looks on their faces as they are now answering him thinking that the Sergeant Snavel is talking to them): "Here we are, Sarge!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to the THREE OTHER PRIVATES: (As he is now totally freaking out about the disappearance of Privates Donny and McAllister says in a panicking tone of vocie): "No, not you. Just a minute ago there were two fellas right here. Right in this very spot. I turn my back and they're gone." {Sergeant Snavel made a quick back turn long enough for "Uncle Lunatic" to pull the rip cords on three more traps making them now disappear}, So I say to them......"

We now see Sergeant Snavel turning back around and with a horrible look of fear and panic on his face as he is now jumping backwards a few paces as he is saying 'eeeb-eeeb-eeeb-eeeb-eeeb-eeeb', in total panic.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As he is standing there with a totally petrified look on his face as he is shouting in a loud and panicking tone of voice): "What's going on around here?"

We now see Sergeant Snavel running in all directions totally panicking out as he is in a desparate search for the five missing Privates. We now see "Uncle Lunatic" standing by his rip cords bouncing up and down in glee as he has his hands in his pockets and has a demented and happy look on his face about his traps being a complete success. As "Uncle Lunatic" now has a worried look on his face as his eyes are now bugging out of his head as he has now notice four more Privates.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As he is now feeling that he needs a straight jacket is shouting in total panic as he is frantically running around in search of his six missing Privates): "Hey fellas, where are ya, hey fellas where are ya."

FOUR MORE PRIVATES to the {PANICKING} SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As they are now standing on top of the trap doors holding their rifles with worried looks on their faces as they are shouting at him in worried voices): "What's the matter Sarge?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to the FOUR PRIVATES: (As he is looking at them with a look of panic on his face as he is pointing a finger at them and is shouting at them in a really panicking and freaking out voice): "Now listen, Soldiers, there's something screwey going on around here. Line up! Attention! Count off!"

FOUR OTHER PRIVATES to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As they are now following Sergeant Snavels request): "One-two-three-four!"

As Sergeant Snavel has now turned his back on them we now see 'Uncle Lunatic" with a gleeful and mischievous look on his face as he is now pulling one cord per Private as they are counting and sending these Four Privates into some of his traps as we are now up to ten missing Privates.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to his TEN {MISSING} PRIVATES: (As Sergeant Snavel has now turned around and has now noticed these four more Privates missing as Poor Sergeant Snavel has now once again jumped back in total panic and has a look of panic on his face and is shouting in a panicking tone of voice): "Now, if you'll go......, hunhf, quit clownin', fellas!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Private Prentice is now approaching him as he is holding onto a piece of fruit and is saying to him in a happy tone of voice): "Wild strawberries."

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As the poor thoroughly freaked out and panicking Sergeant Snavel is shouting at him): "Come on, Prentice, fall in with the rest of the gang!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Private Prentice is now enjoying his strawberries and is looking around the field with a perplexed look on his face as he is asking Sergeant Snavel in a questionable tone of voice): "Where is the gang?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Sergeant Snavel is now looking at Private Prentice with a really evil look and is shouting at him in a really wicked tone of voice): "Now look, Prentice, if this is a joke, let's quit playing!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to his TEN {MISSING} PRIVATES: (As poor Sergeant Snavel is standing there with a really panicking look on his face as he is now shouting in a really panicking voice): "All right, men, fall in!"

PRIVATE DONNY; {One of the ten missing Privates}; to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As he is now shouting to him from the trap in a mischievous voice): "We did fall in!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to HIS TEN {MISSING} PRIVATES: (As he is now looking at the ground in panic as he is now shouting in panicking voice): "Where are ya?"

PRIVATE DONNY to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As he is now shouting up to him throught the trap with a worried voice): "Down here!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to {MISSING}; PRIVATE DONNY: (As Poor Sergeant Snavel is now looking everywhere in panic is shouting him in panic): "Down where?"

{MISSING PRIVATES} to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Private Donny is shouting up through one of the trap doors to Sergeant Snavel in a panicking voice): "Down here!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Sergeant Snavel is unable to locate the missing voice and is pointing a finger at Private Prentice out of panicking madness is now looking at Private Prentice with a mean look and is using a mean voice as Sergeant Snavel is shouting at him thinking he's the voice): "Oh, one of those Van Trilliquists, ehy......?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As he has a worried look on his face and is saying in worried voice): "I didn't......"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Sergeant Snavel is now thoroughly panicking beyond no end is now shouting at him madly): "We cut out this Charlie McCartney stuff!?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Private Prentice is now in a worried state as he is saying in a worried voice): "I didn't do....."

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Sergeant Snavel is mad beyond now end as he is shouting madly at Private Prentice as he is thinking he is pulling a mean joke on his): "I saw you, let's go!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Private Prentice is now looking at Sergeant Snavel with a freaked out look and is using a mad voice): "Oh, strawberries!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Sergeant Snavel is still totally mad about the loss of His Ten Privates and has a devilsh look on his face as he is shouting to him in a loud and mischievous voice): "Raspberries!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Private Prentice is looking at Sergeant Snavel with and ugly look and is shouting madly): "And nuts!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Sergeant Snavel is looking at him with an ugly look and is shouting at him in a disgusted voice): "Oh, a fruit compotie ehy? Smart guy, spread out. Look around; reconnoitre."

We now see Private Prentice stilly enjoying his raspberries as he has now left Sergeant Snavel in a state of disgust and is supposedly looking fot the Ten Missing Privates.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to the TEN {MISSING} PRIVATES: (As Sergeant Snavel is now looking at the ground in a total state of panic as he is now shouting in a panicking voice): "No kiddin' fellas, where are ya?"

PRIVATE DONNY; {One of the ten missing Privates}; to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Private Donny is now shouting up through one of the trap doors in a serious voice): "We're right under your feet, it's like a tunnel."

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to the TEN {Missing} PRIVATES: (As Sergeant Snavel is now so totally freaked and panicked out is shouting at the Privates in worriedness): "I'll march you out of there, attention! Right shoulder. Arms!"

One of the Missing Privates has now gently stabbed Sergeant Snavel in his backside with his bayonette to get his attention.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As he has now been stabbed with the bayonette in his rump as he is shouting in pain): "Ooooh-ooooh-ooooh!"

We are now on Private Prentice as he has a dumbfounded look on his face as he is aimlessly walking around looking for the other Privates.

We now see "Uncle Lunatic" at it once again as he is now standing there with a demented look on his face as he is now pulling a rope on one of his traps as he has now snagged Private Prentice by his left foot and is dragging him up in the air and is now dumping him into the nearby river.

As Private Prentice was swinging through the air by his foot we could her him shouting loudly in panic, 'eeeowh-eeeowh-eeeowh-eeeowh-eeeowh; also as Private Prentice was swinging by we saw Sergeant Snavel flinching in fear and panic.

We now see two lovely ladies standing on the edge of the spring; {One lady is blonde, dressed in 3/4 length sleeve white cotton dress with a white belt and rhinestone belt latch; {JENNIFER HOLT}; {JOYCE MASON}. {The other lady is bruenette, dressed in a black pleated skirt with a white short sleeved silk shirt and black rose pin at the collar; {HELEN FORREST}; {HERSELF}. laughing hysterically, 'haaah-haaah-haaah-haaah-haaah-haaah', at the really water soaked and truly perturbed Private Prentice.

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is standing there laughing hysterically at the perturbed, water soaked Private Prentic): "I'm awfully, sorry."

HELEN FORREST to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is now laughing hysterically at the mad, water soaked Private Prentice as she is saying): "I guess somebody took down the signs from the Proving Grounds!"

{PERTURBED} PRIVATE PRENTICE to HELEN FORREST and JOYCE MASON: (As he is still in the spring with a really mad look on his face as he is shouting at them madly): "Proving Grounds, what signs?"

JOYCE MASON to the {REALLY PERTURBED} PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is now looking at him in a state of mischief as she is still laughing hysterically says to him in a wicked tone of voice): "Oh we, always put up signs whenever Uncle ever sets some of his spy traps up."

{PERTURBED} PRIVATE PRENTICE to {NASTY}; JOYCE MASON and HELEN FORREST: (As he is looking at them dementedly and is using an evil tone of voice as he is now removing the rope from his foot): "Oh, so this is a trap?"

JOYCE MASON to {SEVERLY PERTURBED} PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is now looking at him with an evil look on her face as she is saying to him wickedly): "Yes, an Infantry trap!"

HELEN FORREST to JOYCE MASON: (As she is standing there with a really wicked look on her face as she and Joyce are now laughing wickedly states): "Uncle must have been taking his tonic again!"

We now see Joyce Mason and Helen Forrest standing on the bed of the spring as the now thoroughly soaked and perturbed Private Prentice is now wickedly walking out of the spring as he now wickedly shoves Joyce Mason into the spring.

HELEN FORREST to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is now stomping her feet in madness as she is now shouting to him madly as she has now hit him on the arm): "How about that, ooooh-ooooh, you brute. You threw one of my sisters......"

HELEN FORREST to JOYCE MASON: (As Helen is standing helplessly on shore as she is shouting to Joyce in panic): "Joyce, come, oh!"

We now see Joyce Mason in the spring with a look of panic on her face as Helen is standing on shore with her hands in fists propped on her waist with a really evil look on her face as Private Prentice is now walking away in a state of pride.

We are now seeing a jeep as the "DRIVER"; {EDDIE BRUCE} and two other Privates {LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF} and another jeep "DRIVER" {SIDNEY MILLER} along with the Andrews Sisters swaying and bouncing joyfully to the rhythm of the music as {WOMANS ARMY CORPS} Andrews Sisters are now singing:

"ANDREWS SISTERS:" "SIX JERKS IN A JEEP:" {START}:

"Beep-beep-beep-beep, choo-choo to Broadway through Cincinnati in a jeep that was built for the six of us." LAVERNE: "Beep-beep."
PATTY: "Enh-enh." LAVERNE: "Beep-beep." PATTY: "Enh-enh." ANDREWS SISTERS: "This is a taxi cab to Hackensack, we're going up to camp and back, and we're ready. "We're six jerks in a jeep. Six creeps in a jeep that leaps. Now here we come, beep-beep. We're six jerks in a jeep. We're six W.A.C.'s in a hack. Six quacks here to send you Jack. Now, look here Max, no cracks. We're six W.A.C.'s in a hack. The jeep goes on jumpin' and a bumpin' along. Goin' knock you right off of your seats. Here we come rompin' and a stompin' a song. Oh, dig it with three feet. We're six jerks in a jeep. Six bleeps in a jeep that weeps. Now, here we go, beep-beep. We're six jerks in a jeep." PATTY SOLO: "The jeep goes a jumpin' along, gonna knock you right off of your seats. Here we come, stompin' along, just a rompin' along, in our jeep." ANDREWS SISTERS: "Beep-beep."
PATTY: "Toot-toot, la-da-heeh-haah." ANDREWS SISTERS: "Beep-beep." PATTY: "Toot-toot, la-da-heeh-heeh-haah-toot-toot-la-da-heeh-haah. We're six heels on a wheel, da-la-bee-do-la-de-boo-da. Schlum meals on a wheel that will real. We're lookin', lookin' for a meal. We're six heels on a wheel." ANDREWS SISTERS: "We're six jerks in a jeep. Six of us W.A.C.'s in hack that will leap like a jeep. Now, here we come, beep-beep. All heels, schlum heels, on the wheel that reels. We're six jerks in jeep, beep-beep-beep-beep. Six bleeps in a jeep that weeps. Now, here we go, beep-beep. Here we go, all six jerks in a jeep."

"ANDREWS SISTERS:" "SIX JERKS IN A JEEP:" {END}:

As the Andrews Sisters were singing we saw the three male soldiers just a laughing, and smiling happily pointing fingers at each other as they are swaying to and fro to the music. The Andrews Sisters were also swaying to and from to the music as they also are smiling happily. The song ends where we see the jeep hit a bump and sends the Andrews Sisters bouncing out of the jeep and then back in.

We now see the "Six Jerks In A Jeep" arriving at Company Forty-Five; {Camp Healy}. We now see a mob scene of soldiers running up happily greeting them.

MOB SCENCE to the SIX JERKS IN A JEEP: (As they are now running up to them and are gleefully shouting to one another): "Hey, howdy, how are you, hooray, glad to see you!"

We now see Enlistment Bonnie-Bell Schlopkiss walking out of the mess tent holding onto two poles with eight doughnuts on each of them. She is now running up to the crowd happily as she is now strumming on her ukulele and is starting to sing:

"BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS:" "WELCOME TO CAMP HEALY:" {START}:

"Oh, welcome girls to the home of good old camp Healy. Bonnie-Bell Schlopkiss to greet you with her hospitality. Even if I don't......"

"BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS:" "WELCOME TO CAMP HEALY:" {END}:

As Bonnie-Bell was doing her song we saw Private Prentice standing by her with a dumbfounded look on his face as he was holding the doughnut poles.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to the ANDREWS SISTERS: (As he is now running up to them in an overjoyed state of happiness as he has now cut off Bonnie-Bell and her song is now happily shaking their hands and is saying to them in glee): "The Andrews Sisters. Welcome to Camp Healy, look at the uniform. And a Honeysuckle from the Honey......" {As Sergeant Snavel was shaking the gentleman's hand at first Sergeant Snavel did not recognize him. Sergeant Snavel has now noticed him as Lancelot Pringle McBiff the gentleman he was having a fight with about him flirting with Bonnie-Bell. He now has a look of fear on his face as Sergeant Snavel is now saying in fear, eeeb-eeeb-eeeb-eeeb-hunha-hunha-hunha-hunha}.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE McBIFF: (As Sergeant Snavel is standing there with a demented look on his face as he is saying in a wicked voice): "Girl Snatcher!"

PRIVATE McBIFF to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Private McBiff is standing there with an evil look on his face as he is using an evil voice): "Hello. monstrosity!"

All the while that Sergeant Snavel and Private McBiff were having their 'Introductions' with one another we now saw the Andrews Sisters and the rest of the Privates standing there smiling happily.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to the ANDREWS SISTERS: (As he has now put a hand on Maxene's arm and is looking at them with a worried look on his face as he is now using a carrying tone of voice): "Girls, will you please leave? Tur out the guards."

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to HIS COMPANY: (As he is standing there with an evil look on his face as he is saying in wicked tone of voice): "I'll murder this guy, I'll tear him apart!"

We now see Private McBiff approaching Sergeant Snavel with a really evil look on his face as he has his hands in front of Sergeant Snavel's face like a set of vulture claws and is saying wickedly, 'eeek-eeek-eeek-eeek-eeek-eeek-eeek-eeek-eeek-eeek-eeek-eeek'.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE McBIFF: (As Sergeant Snavel is now pushing Private McBiff's hands dwon and has an ugly look on his face as he is shouting at him wickedly): "Cut it out!"

PRIVATE McBIFF to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Private McBiff is now lowering his hands and has a wicked look on his face and is stating in an evil tone of voice): "Hello, double-ugly!"

PRIVATE JAMES to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL and PRIVATE McBIFF: (As Private James is now looking at the two of them with a mischievous look on his face as he is saying in a mischievous tone of voice): "Hey, cut it out you two. We're suppose to be fighting the Japs not ourselves."

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE JAMES: (As Sergeant Snavel is now looking at Private James with an ugly look and is saying to him in a wicked voice): "On my dough, he's a Jap!"

PRIVATE McBIFF to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Private McBiff is now pointing a finger at Sergeant Snavel and has a mad look his face and is saying in a wicked voice): "That I resent and if it wasn't for those stripes......"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE McBIFF: (As Sergeant Snavel is now putting a hand up in front of Private McBiff's face as he has an ugly look on his face as Sergeant Snavel is saying to Private McBiff in a wicked voice): "Oh, don't let those stripes stop ya!"

We are now in the process of Sergeant Snavel and Private McBiff getting ready to fight as Sergeant Snavel has now removed his jacket where we see his shirt with another set of Sergeants stripes on it. Sergeant Snavel has now removed his shirt where we now see a third set of stripes on his under-clothing Sergeant Snavel has now removed his under-clothing and has now exposed a fourth set of stripes painted on his arm.

All the while that Sergeant Snavel was dis-clothing himself we saw the entire camp standing there smiling at him gleefully as Private McBiff was standing there with his arms folded and a demented look on his face as he kept on pointing a finger at the different sets of stripes.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE McBIFF: (As Sergeant Snavel has now balled up his left hand and is looking at Private McBiff with a mean look and is saying to him in a mean voice): "What's your excuse now?"

PRIVATE McBIFF to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Private McBiff is standing there with his arms folded and a dazed look on his face as he is pointing to the stripes on his arm): "Take-off you skin and I'll fight ya!"

It is now night and we are inside of the barracks where we see Private James standing there with Corporal Anemic as Private James is now practicing on blowing his bugle.

PRIVATE JAMES to CORPORAL ANEMIC: (As Private James has now quit blowing on his bugle and is looking at Corporal Anemic with a worried look and is using a worried voice): "Corporal, I know there is something wrong with this bugle!"

CORPORAL ANEMIC to PRIVATE JAMES: (As the Corporal is now taking the bugle from Private James as he has a blank look on his face as the Corporal is saying to Private James in a mad voice): "Watch me!"

PRIVATE JAMES to CORPORAL ANEMIC: (As Private James has a worried look on his face and is saying to the Corporal in a carrying voice as Private James has now turned the bugle around): "Wait a minute, wait a minute, hold it like this!"

We now see Corporal Anemic playing a beautiful and perfect cut of "Revelry!"

PRIVATE JAMES to CORPORAL ANEMIC: (As Private James now has an embarrassed look on his face as he is saying to the Corporal in an embarrassed tone of voice): "I could play that one too, it I knew it!"

CORPORAL ANEMIC to PRIVATE JAMES: (As the Corporal now has a mean look on his face as he is saying in a sarcastic tone of voice as the Corporal is taking the notes to 'Revelry' from his jacket pocket): "Yeah!"

PRIVATE JAMES to CORPORAL ANEMIC: (As Private James is now smiling happily and is saying in a happy voice): "Aaaah, the music. Hold it still!"

We now see and hear Private James playing the worse cut of "Revelry" going as Corporal Anemic has now dropped the music onto the floor in disgust as he is now walking away madly. As Corporal Anemic has walked away we Private James looking at him with an evil look.

We are now in another portion of the barracks where w see a bunch of Privates just lounging around and relaxing as Sergeant Muggsy Snavel has now walked in.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to HIS COMPANY: (As Sergeant Snavel has a look of bewilderment on his face as he is now in the process of taking role call): "Sergeant Murphy; {HERE}, Privates Kelly; {HERE}, Whiteman; {HERE}, Davis; {HERE}; Williams; {HERE}, Prentice; {HERE}; Ernest; {HERE}:"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Sergeant Snavel is now approaching the surely Private Prentice as he is looking at him with a mad look on his face as he is now shouting at him in a mad tone of voice as Private Prentice is laying on his cot smoking a cigarette): "Ernest!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As the very disobedient Private Prentice is still laying on his cot with a rude look on his face as he is shouting at Sergeant Snavel in a rude and disobedient voice): "What is it?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Sergeant Snavel is now approaching his cot in a mad manner is shouting at him in a mad voice): "Fall out for inspection and guard duty!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As the lazy sloth Private Prentice is still laying on his cot and is saying to Sergeant Snavel in a mean tone of voice): "Oh, not tonight Sarge, I am not in the mood. My feet hurt!"

As Private Prentice was laying there like a lazy sloth and is talking to Sergeant Snavel very disrespectfully and sarcastically as the other Soldiers were laughing at what Private Prentice has said.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Sergeant Snavel has an evil look on his face and is using a sarcastic voice): "Oh, I forgot about you special privledges. Please excuse me, Mr. Prentice!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As the lazy sloth is still laying on his cot with an evil look on his face as he is also using a sarcastice voice): "That's okay, Sergeant!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRESCOTT: (As Sergeant Snavel is looking at his clipboard with a mad look on his face and is shouting at him madly): "Presscott, you replace Prentice!"

PRIVATE PRESCOTT to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Private Prescott is now getting up from sitting on the side of his cot and has a perplexed look on his face as he is saying in a mad voice): "What?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRESCOTT: (As Sergeant Snavel is now looking at him with an evil look and is shouting madly at him in a low tone of voice): "You heard me!"

PRIVATE PRESCOTT to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Private Prescott is now approaching Private Prentice in a thoroughly disgusted mood as Private Prescott is now grabbing Private Prentice by his shirt and is pulling him up and is shouting at him madly): "I'm sick and tired of doing you work, Prentice!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to PRIVATE PRESCOTT: (As Private Prentice is still laying on his cot still like a lazy sloth and is now smoking another cigarette is looking at Private Prescott with a wicked look on his face as he is using a sarcastic voice): "Oh, that's too bad!"

PRIVATE PRESCOTT to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Private Prescott is looking at Private Prentice with an evil look and is shouting at him in a wicked vocie): "I've been getting all the details that you turn down and I don't like it!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to PRIVATE PRESCOTT: (As Private Prentice is looking at him evily and is saying to him in a mean and sarcastic voice): "So what!?"

PRIVATE PRESCOTT to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Private Prescott is now evily looking at the "LAZY SLOTH" as he is now shouting at him in wicked voice): "Why, do I have to do your work!?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to PRIVATE PRESCOTT: (As Private Prentice is pointing at his head with a demented look on his face as he is saying sarcastically): "I'm smart!"

PRIVATE PRESCOTT to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Private Prescott is now looking at Private Prentice with a hurtful look and is shouting at him wickedly): "If, I thought as much of the Army as you, I'd get out, you slacker!"

Private Prescott has now fallen off of the deep end as he is now viciously grabbing Private Prentice by his shirt and is getting ready to beat the living stuffings out of him.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRESCOTT: (As Sergeant Snavel is now intervening and is pushing Private Prescott away from Private Prentice as he has a mean and worried look on his face as Sergeant Snavel is shouting meanly at Private Prescott): "Hold it Prescott, don't hurt the Nightingale, the boid's a little soft!"

PRIVATE PRESCOTT to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Private Prescott has now calmed down and is walking away in a state of total disgust as he is saying to Private Prentice in a disgusted voice): "Yeah, you're a disgrace to that uniform!"

As Private Prescott was walking away in utter disgust Sergeant Snavel was following after him to help calm him down. We now see Private Prentice now looking at Private Donny with a mean look on his face as Private Donny is now looking back at him in full blown utter disgust.

PRIVATE PRENTICE to PRIVATE DONNY: (As Private Prentice is now standing up after he has now thought over what Private Prescott has stated about him as Private Prentice is now feeling {somewhat} bad about his actions says to Private Donny in a low and hurtful tone of voice as he has now extinguished his cigarette): "Oh, that Prescott is a jerk. Guard duty, that's not for me."

PRIVATE DONNY to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Private Donny is now sitting there with a really sad and hurtful look on his face as he is saying to Private Prentice in a really low and hurtful voice): "I did mine!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to PRIVATE DONNY: (As Private Prentice is now looking at Private Donny with a scared look on his face as Private Prentice is saying to Private Donny in a hurtful and scared tone of voice): "Come on, kid, get your stuff on, we'll go to the dance."

We are now at the dance where we see a sign on a door that reads as follows:

ELIAS WEATHERFORD: {ERNEST TRUEX}:

We are now in the dance hall where we see a sign that reads as follows:

U.S.O.
INFORMAL PARTY & DANCE
Tonight
ALL SERVICE MEN WELCOME

We are now at the party where we are seeing the guests milling around with one another snacking on plates of hors-devourers and drinking punch and coffee.

As the guests were chowing down and milling with on another we saw on a wall an eerie silhouette of Harry James playing his trumpet as we see Patty Andrews standing outside of the dance hall in a white knee lenght dress with a rose pin on the collar of her dress as she is standing in front of a sand dial and is sining:

"ANDREWS SISTERS:" "SINCE YOU WERE A BABY:" {START}:

PATTY SOLO: "Since you were a baby, how I've babied you. Now you're not a baby and it makes me blue. Tonight you're going dancing, you're dreams may get a start. But, don't you let that moonlight take advantage of your heart." {Right here Patty has now walked into the dance hall and is being joined by her sisters}: ANDREWS SISTERS: "You're stepping out tonight and the moon is shinning bright. I know that you will have alot of fun. But while dancing cheek to cheek, do not let your heart grow weak. Just remember that's the moon, my son. She may thrill you to the skies with the moonlight in her eyes. But, moonlight fades away when night is done. You may kiss her if you can, but becareful, little man. Just remember that's the moon, my son. Maybe she's really very nice, maybe you'll dream of shoes and rice. Sonny. but you must know for sure, she's the one. But. if she can reach your heart even when you're far apart. Then that's not the moon, that's love, my son. Maybe she's really very, nice, maybe you'll dream of shoes and rice. Sonny, but you must know for sure, she is the one ." PATTY: "La-ha-da-da-la-da-ha-da-da-la-la-ha-da."
ANDREWS SISTERS: "But, she can reach your heart, even when you're apart, then you knoooooooow that's not the moon, that's love my son."

"ANDREWS SISTERS:" "SINCE YOU WERE A BABY:" {END}:

While the Andrews Sisters were singing they were doing a sofy shoe style of a dance weaving betwixt one another and doing a hug-like act when they were singing 'cheek to cheek'. Plus now we se sitting on a bench with blanks stares of their faces Private McBiff and Bonnie-Bell Schlopkiss and Sergeant Muggsy Snavel was sitting there with his hands folded and his eyes shut and a plant frawn in his mouth. We now see Harry James out in the hallway playing his solo trumpet.

The Andrews Sisters and Harry James have now completed their music number as we now see some of the guests standing there with huge grins on their faces as they are now applauding loudly.

It is now nighttime and we are now outside of the dance hall where we see 'Tag-a-Long'; {The same little girl who brought "Uncle" the map to the spy traps that wer grabbing all of Sergeants Snavels Privates}.

TAG-A-LONG to PRIVATES DONNY and PRENTICE: (As Tag-a-Long is now standing there with a mischievous look on her face as she is now saluting them and is saying in a mischievous voice): "Hi, Soldiers!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE and PRIVATE DONNY to TAG-A-LONG: (As they are now approaching Tag-a-Long in a state of happiness as they are saying in a happy tone of voice): PRIVATE DONNY: "Hiya!" PRIVATE PRENTICE: "Hi!: {As they were looking at Tag-a-Long with huge smiles on their faces as they saluted back}.

TAG-A-LONG to PRIVATES PRENTICE and DONNY: (As Tag-a-Long is standing there with a mischievous look on her face and is using a mischievous voice): "Are you going to the dance?"

PRIVATES PRENTICE and DONNY to TAG-A-LONG: (As they are standing there smiling sweetly at her and are saying to her in a kind tone of voice): "Hunha!"

TAG-A-LONG to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Tag-a-Long is standing there with a mischievous look on her face as she is saying in a carrying voice): "Do you have a girl?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to TAG-A-LONG: (As Private Prentice is standing there looking at Tag-a-Long with a sad look on his face as he is saying to her a low tone of voice): "Unaha!"

TAG-A-LONG to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is standing there with a mischievous look on her face as she is asking him in a mischievous voice): "I'll introduce you to my sister."

PRIVATE PRENTICE to TAG-A-LONG: (As he is now bending over and is looking at her with a sweet smile and is saying to her in a low and kind tone of voice): "You will?"

TAG-A-LONG to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is standing there looking at him with a carrying look on her face as she is using a mischievous voice): "For a quarter!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to TAG-A-LONG: (As he is still bent over and looking at her happily as he is asking her in a sweet tone of voice): "Is she pretty?"

We now see Tag-a-Long giving Private Prentice a mischievous look as she is now making a circle out of two fingers and is putting them up to her eye and is saying click-click, {like her sister is pretty as a picture}.

PRIVATE PRENTICE to TAG-A-LONG: (As he is still bent over and is looking at her sweetly as he is now giving her a quarter says to her in a kind tone of voice): "It's a deal!"

All the while that Tag-a-Lond and Private Prentice were completing their business propsition Private Donny was standing there at attention with a really sweet smile on his face for Tag-a-Long.

We now see Tag-a-Long taking the quarter and has a sweet smile on her face as she is now shrugging her shoulders merrily skipping away. As Tag-a-Long was happily going on her way both Privates Prentice and Donny were standing there with sweet smiles on their faces for Tag-a-Long.

We now see Tag-a-Long and Private Prentice walking into a house as Tag-a-Long is now in the process of intoducing Private Prentice to her sister.

TAG-A-LONG to HER SISTER; {JOYCE}: (As Tag-a-Long is now tugging on the hem of her sisters dress and is saying in a low tone of voice): "Hey sis, I want you to meet......"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to TAG-A-LONG: (As the sister; Joyce Mason, is now turning around and is looking at Private Prentice with a dazed look on her face as Private Prentice is now removing his hat and has a mad look on his face and is using a mad tone of voice as he is now recognizing the lady as one of the two girls that were standing on the spring bed laughing at him as he was caught by one of the spy traps): "Oh, it's you again!"

TAG-A-LONG to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is standing there looking at him with a mischievous look on her face as she is asking him in a questionable tone of voice): "Met, before?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to TAG-A-LONG: (As he is standing there holding his hat and is looking at Tag-a-Long with a mea look on his face as he is saying to her in a really mad voice): "Met before? Say, she tried to drown me. Is this what I had to pay a quarter for?"

SISTER JOYCE to LITTLE SISTER TAG-A-LONG: (As Joyce is now bending down and looking at Tag-a-Long with a mad look on her face as she is now disciplining her little sister): "Dagmar, {Tag-a-Long}, what have you been charging money for?"

DAGMAR; {TAG-A-LONG} to HER SISTER; {JOYCE}: (As Dagmar is standing there with a carrying look on her face as she is saying to her sister in a carrying tone of voice): "To meet you!"

BIG SISTER; {JOYCE} to LITTLE SISTER DAGMAR; {TAG-A-LONG}: (As she is now looking at Dagmar with a mad look as she is using a mad tone of voice): "Give, it here!"

We now see Little Dagmar reaching into her right shoe and is taking out a little coin change purse and is taking some of the dough from it and is giving it to her sister.

BIG SISTER; {JOYCE} to LITTLE SISTER DAGMAR; {TAG-A-LONG}: (As she is looking at Dagmar with a mad look and a mad voice); "And, the rest of them!"

We now see Little Dagmar taking the rest of the change from her coin purse with a sad look on her face as she is now giving it to her sister.

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is still bend down and has an apologetic look on her face as she is saying in an apologetic voice): "You're the sixth man she's introduced me to tonight!"

BIG SISTER; {JOYCE} to LITTLE SISTER DAGMAR; {TAG-A-LONG}: (As she is now convascating the dough from her little sister and is saying in a low and mad voice): "All right!"

LITTLE DAGMAR to HER SISTER: (As we now see Little Dagmar turning around and looking at her sister with a perplexed look on her face as she is now asking her sister in a questionable voice): "What are you going to do with that money?"

BIG SISTER; {JOYCE} to LITTLE SISTER DAGMAR: (As Joyce is standing there still holding the coins with a mad look on her face as she is saying in a mad tone of voice): "Well, I'm gonna buy savings stamps with it."

We now see Little Dagmar giving her sister a giant, sweet smile to her sisters response about the usage of the coins as she is now merrily skipping away.

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is now walking up him using an embarrassed tone of voice as she is looking at the floor with an embarrassed look on her face): "Things must be pretty difficult for you, if you have to pay a quarter for a blind date?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he is standing there looking at her with a carrying look on his face as he is saying to her in a low and carrying tone of voice): "Anybody who pays a quarter to meet you, it getting robbed, mame!"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is standing there with her arms folded in madness as she has a mad look on her face and is saying in a sarcastic tone of voice): "Oh, is that so, Sir!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he now has a mean look on his face and is walking away from her in madness as he is saying in a sarcastic voice): "Yes, why don't you get out of here, before you get yourself into trouble!"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is standing there still with her arms folded and an ugly look on her face as she is saying to him in an ugly voice): "Get out!?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he is standing there with a wicked look on his face and still holding his hat and is saying to her in a nasty voice): "Sure, this place is reserved for Soldiers!"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is standing there with a perplexed look on her face as she is saying to him in a low and mad voice): "This place is also my home. You don't mind if I look in occassionally, do you?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he is standing there still holding his hat and has a dumbfounded look on his face as he is saying to her in a questionable tone of voice): "But, I thought that Colonel Weatherford......"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is standing there looking at him with a mad look on her face as she is now interupting him in a mad voice says): "Colonel's my Uncle. My sisters and I live here with him."

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he isn following her back into the kitche quarters with a sarcastic look on his face as he is saying to her in a sarcastic voice): "Well, how was I suppose to know that?"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is standing there with a sarcastic look on her face as she is saying to him sarcastically): "Well, who said you were?"

As Joyce Mason and Private Prentice were standing there having their tit-for-tat we now see Lieutenant Howard Mason entering the home.

LIEUTENANT HOWARD MASON to JOYCE MASON: (As he is now happily smiling at her as he is now setting down his luggage case and is saying to her in a gleeful tone of voice): "Well, Joyce!"

JOYCE MASON to LIEUTENANT HOWARD MASON: (As she ins now looking at him happily and is now introducing the two Soldiers to each other): "Oh, Lieutenant, this is Private......"

LIEUTENANT HOWARD MASON to JOYCE MASON: (As he is standing there with a mad look on his face as he is using a serious tone of voice as he is now politely interupting her): "Prentice, yes, we met before!"

LIEUTENANT HOWARD MASON to JOYCE MASON: (As he is looking at her with a loving look on his face as he is saying to her in a sad tone of voice): "Well, honey, I guess I better get back to camp."

JOYCE MASON to LIEUTENANT HOWARD MASON: (As she is looking at him with a sad look on her face as she is using a sad tone of voice): "Why, so soon, Howard?"

LIEUTENANT HOWARD MASON to JOYCE MASON: (As he is looking at her in a sad state as he is explaining to her in a low and carrying tone of voice): "Well, I'll see you for lunch tomorrow, good-night!"

JOYCE MASON to LIEUTENANT HOWARD MASON: (As she is calling at him mischievously and to make Private Prentice jealous and embarrassed): "Oh, Lieutenant, haven't you forgotten something?"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is now in an evil mood as she is now walking up to the Lieutenat): "Pardon, me!"

We now see Private Prentice standing there looking at the two of them with a really evil look on his face as Joyce has now approached the Lieutenant and has given Private Prentice a quick and evil look as she has now given the Lieutenant a giant departing kiss.

As Joyce was giving the Lieutenant a devious good-bye kiss we where listening in the background Harry James and His Music Makers as Private Prentice was looking at her with a mischievous but yet slightly evil look on his face.

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is walking up to him with a wicked smile on her face and is using a mischievous voice): "Well!?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he has an evil look on his face as he is saying to her in a mean tone of voice in regards to Lieutenant Mason): "Stuff, shirt!"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is standing there with her arms folded in madness and is saying to him in a mad state): "You haven't got a good word for anybody, have you, I think he's rather nice!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he is standing there with a look of mischief on his face as he is saying in a devious tone of voice): "Yeah, I guess they all fall for those fancy uniforms!"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is standing there with her arms still folded and a look of wonderment on her face as she is saying to him sarcastically): "Say, do you always carry on like this?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he is looking at her with an evil look as he is shouting at her in a wicked voice): "Look, if I never see you again......"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is standing there with a really nasty look on her face as she is now interupting him and is shouting back at him in a wicked voice): "It'll be too soon!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he is standing there looking at her with a sarcastic look on his face as he is saying to her in a sarcastic tone of voice): "Why don't you forget that guy? You know, I use to be a big shot myself before I got into this man's Army!"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is now once again walking back into the kitchen quarters with a mischievous look on her face as she is asking him in a mean tone of voice): "Oh, really? How interesting. And, a, what did you do, Mr. Prentice?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he is standing there with a dazed look on his face and is using a dazed tone of voice): "What, don't you ever listen to the radio?"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is standing there looking at him with a devilsh look on her face as she is saying to him in a low and quiet tone of voice): "Certainly, oh, you were Harry James vocalist!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he is looking at her with a mad look on his face as he is saying to her in a low and mad tone of voice): "Harry James, vocalist! I was a featured singer, I had my own programme on the air!"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is standing there looking at him in wonderment as she is saying to him in a sheepish voice): "Oh, I'm afraid that all crooners sound alike to me."

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he is standing there with a thoroughly disgusted look on his face as he is saying to her in a really mad toe of voice): "I don't croon......"

We now see Private Prentice noticing a piano as he is sitting dow at it as he is now getting read to accompany himself as he is getting ready to show off his musical talents to Joyce.

"LON PRENTICE; HARRY JAMES AND HIS MUSIC MAKERS; and MAXENE ANDREWS:" "NOBODY KNOWS THE TROUBLES I'VE SEEN:" {START}:
{Would like to put a personal note here. This is one of the most beautifulest Spirituals going AND ONE OF MY FAVOURITES}:

LON PRENTICE: "Nobody knows the trouble I've seen. Nobody knows my worries. Nobody knows the trouble I've seen. Glory hallelujah."
{Here Harry James and His Music Makers are coming in and joining with Lon Prentice}:
HARRY JAMES AND HIS MUSIC MAKERS: "Oh yes, Lord, Oh, yes bless my soul."
LON PRENTICE: "Sometimes I'm almost to the ground."
HARRY JAMES AND HIS MUSIC MAKERS: "Oh yes, Lord, Oh Lord!"
LON PRENTICE: "Nobody knows the trouble I've seen. Nobody knows my worries. Nobody knows the trouble I've seen. Glory hallelujah."
HARRY JAMES AND HIS MUSIC MAKERS: "Oh, Lord, Oh, Lord!"
MAXENE ANDREWS: "I never shall forget the day. Oh, yes Lord. When all my sins were washed away."
HARRY JAMES AND HIS MUSIC MAKERS with MAXENE ANDREWS: "Oh, yes, Lord."
MAXENE ANDREWS: "Nobody knows the trouble I've seen."
LON PRENTICE: "Oh, no, nobody knows."
LON PRENTICE and MAXENE ANDREWS: "Nobody knows my worries."
LON PRENTICE: "My worries. Nobody know the troubles I've seen."
MAXENE ANDREWS: "Nobody knows."
LON PRENTICE; MAXENE ANDREWS; AND HARRY JAMES AND HIS MUSIC MAKERS: "Except my Lord, Glory Hallelujah!"

"LON PRENTICE; HARRY JAMES AND HIS MUSIC MAKERS; and MAXENE ANDREWS:" "NOBODY KNOWS THE TROUBLES I'VE SEEN:" {END}:

As Private Prentice, Maxene Andrews, and Harry James And His Music Makers were singing their very beautiful Spirtual number we saw Joyce standing in the background on a stairwell looking at Lon Prentice with a very dearing look on her face as she was slightly crying.

We now see Harry James And His Music Makers marching out into the main dance hall at a fast pace as they were playing the Gospel number. "As The Saints Going Marching In."

We are now on Private McBiff, Bonnie-Bell Schlopkiss and Sergeant Muggsy Snavel. Bonnie-Bell is now taking hold of Private McBiff's hand as she is giving him goo-goo eyes and a looking look as Private McBiff is sitting there with a look of love on his face. Sergeant Snavel is sitting there behind his palm tree still with a frawn in his mouth as he is 'catching a few winks'.

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is still flirting with Private McBiff and is looking at Sergeant Snavel with an evil look and is saying to him in a wicked tone of voice): "Three minutes ago, I asked you for a drink of water."

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is now awake and has pushed back the palm frawn from his mouth as he is saying to her in a mean tone of voice): "Let, him go!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is looking at him with an evil eye and is saying to him in an evil voice): "Why don't you go?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is now once again pushing back the palm frawn and has a dazed look on his face as he is saying to her in a mischievous tone of voice): "I'm your Financy, ain't I?"

We now see Little Dagmar sliding down the stairwell bannister as Private McBiff and Bonnie-Bell are sitting there smiling happily at one another as Sergeant Snavel has a worried look on his face as he flinches a tad and them jumps up in fear and grabs Dagmar so she doesn't fall of the end of the bannister railing.

DAGMAR; {TAG-A-LONG}; to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is looking at him with a serious look on her face as she is asking him in a mischievous and questionable tone of voice): "Will you buy me a Savings Stamps for a quarter?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to DAGMAR; {TAG-A-LONG}: (As he is looking at her sweetly and mischievousl as he says in a carrying tone of voice): "Will I......"

We now see Sergeant Muggsy Snavel looking at Little Dagmar; {Tag-a-Long}, with a sheepish look on his face as he now get's the drift of her asking him for a quarter about this being a sign for love to Bonnie-Bell.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is standing there looking at her with an apologetic look as he is now saying to her in a carrying tone of voice): "Bonnie-Bell I'm gonna get ya that water"

We now see Sergeant Snavel and Little Dagmar; {Tag-a-Long}, exiting to get Bonnie-Bell her water as she and Private McBiff are now making goo-goo eyes at one another as they are looking at each other adorningly and are holding hands in a state of love.

PRIVATE McBIFF to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is looking at her in a true state of love as he is saying to her in a loving tone of voice): "Bonnie-Bell, I had a dream about you last night!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to PRIVATE McBIFF: (As she has a pure look of love on her face as she is saying to him in a loving voice): "How thoughtful of you!"

PRIVATE McBIFF to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he looking at her lovingly as he is saying to her in a low and truly loving tone of voice): "I dramt I put my arms around your waist and on your lips I placed a kiss. I sipped from many a cup, but never among like this!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to PRIVATE McBIFF: (As she is sitting there with a really sad look on her face as she is saying to him in a low and slightly crying tone of voice): "That's beautiful!"

We now see Private McBiff giving Bonnie-Bell and engagement ring.

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to PRIVATE McBIFF: (As she now has placed her hands on her chest in excited happiness as she is saying to him gleefully and lovingly): "For me?"

PRIVATE McBIFF to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is lovingly looking at her and is saying in a really lovey-dovey tone of voice): "May I?"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to PRIVATE McBIFF: (As she is giving him goo-goo eyes to the 'Enth Degree' and is saying to him in a really loving tone of voice): "Please, do!"

We are now in another quarters of the dance hall where we see Sergeant Snavel and Little Dagmar communicating with one another.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to LITTLE DAGMAR; {TAG-A-LONG}: (As he is bending over and looking at her with a worried look on his face as he is whispering to her in a low and mischievous tone of voice): "Have you got that part right, about how to break them up?"

LITTLE DAGMAR; {TAG-A-LONG} to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is looking at him with a dazed look on her face as she is saying to him in a questionable voice): "Hunh?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to LITTLE DAGMAR; {TAG-A-LONG}: (As he is still stooped over and looking at her with a worried look on his face and is whispering to her once again): "Have you got that part right about how to break them up, will ya do it?"

LITTLE DAGMAR; {TAG-A-LONG} to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is looking at him with a devilsh look on her face as she says in a mischievous tone of voice as she is now merrily skipping away): "Okay!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to LITTLE DAGAMAR; {TAG-A-LONG}: (As he is saying to her in a happy and mischievous voice as he happily pats her on her shoulder): "Okay, kid."

We now see Private McBiff in the process of planting a kiss on Bonnie-Bell as Little Dagmar is now sitting down betwixt them and is now in the process of breaking everything up.

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to LITTLE DAGMAR; {TAG-A-LONG}: (As Bonnie-Bell has a really mad look on her face as she is saying to Dagmar in a really mad tone of voice): "Isn't it long past your bedtime?"

Little Dagmar has now shaken her head negatively.

PRIVATE McBIFF to LITTLE DAGMAR; {TAG-A-LONG}: (As he now has an evil look on his face as he is saying to her in a mad tone of voice): "Don't you want to go out and play?"

Once again Little Dagmar is now shaking head negatively.

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to LITTLE DAGMAR; {TAG-A-LONG}: (As she is saying to Little Dagmar in a nasty voice and with a wicked look on he face): "Don't you want some ice cream?"

Again Little Dagmar is now shaking her head negatively as we now see both Bonnie-Bell and Private McBiff with horrible looks of disgust on their faces.

PRIVATE McBIFF to LITTLE DAGMAR; {TAG-A-LONG}: (As he now has a really evil and disgusted look on his face as he is asking her in a mean tone of voice): "What do you want?"

LITTLE DAGMAR; {TAG-A-LONG} to PRIVATE McBIFF: (As she has a look of dismay on her face as she is saying in a mischievous tone of voice): "I wanna watch!"

We now see both Private McBiff and Bonnie-Bell sitting there wanting to explode about her attitude as they both have really mean and evil looks on their faces.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is now approaching her in a thorough state of disgust as he is now knowing what is going on says to her in a really hurtful tone of voice as he is quickly giving her that glass of water): "Here's your water, Bonnie-Bell."

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to LITTLE DAGMAR; {TAG-A-LONG}: (As he is sweetly grabbing her hand and giving both Private McBiff and Bonnie-Bell really ugly looks as he is now turning and exiting saying to Little Dagmar): "Come on, sweetheart, come on, thanks pal." {Right here we are in another portion of the dance hall as Sergeant Snavel is now giving her, her quarter that she earned for intervening with Private McBiff and the cheating two-timer Bonnie-Bell Schlopkiss}.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is now running up to her with a devilsh look on his face as he is saying to her in an evil voice): "Was it refreshing, Bonnie-Bell? haaa-haaa!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As he is now noticing the ring on her hand and has an evil look on his face and is saying in an evil tone of voice): "A ring, where did you get it, him!?"

We now see Bonnie-Bell looking at Private McBiff in true love.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE McBIFF: (As Sergeant Snavel is standing there with his folded in madness and has a really demented look on his face as he is shouting at him wickedly): "You snake in the grass, after I sold you the pawn ticket, you turn......!"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is now standing up is thorough disgust as she is shouting at him in a really perturbed tone of voice as she is slightly crying): "You what, oh!"

All the while the tit-for-tat was taking place we heard in the background Harry James and His Music Makers playing "Dixieland Jazz."

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As Bonnie-Bell is now running up the stairwell of Colonel Weatherford's establishment in a state of sheer hurt and disgust as Sergeant Snavle is now shouting up the stairwell at her with a hurtful look on his face as he is using an apologetic tone of voice): "Bonnie-Bell, I'll tell you how it happened, I was walking down the street and I, I, bumped into him."

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE McBIFF: (As Sergeant Snavel is now sitting down next to him in utter madness as he is shouting at him in a thoroughly disgusted mood): "See, what you had and go to do you!"

PRIVATE McBIFF to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Private McBiff is sitting there with a worried look on his face as he is saying in a scared and stammering voice): "I, I......"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE McBIFF: (As Sergeant Snavel is sitting there giving Private McBiff an evil look as he is shouting at im in a wicked and slightly crying voice): "Don't tell me I, I asked you faithfully not to say a word......"

PRIVATE McBIFF to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Private McBiff is sitting there with a demented look on his face as he is saying in an evil voice): "I......"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE McBIFF: (As Sergeant Snavel is sitting there thoroughly disgusted and is interupting him in a wicked voice): "Don't......"

BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As she is still upstairs in a full blown state of hurt and pain as she is shouting down the stairwell in a hurtful and sarcastic voice): "Sergeant Snavel!?"

SERGEANT SNAVEL to BONNIE-BELL SCHLOPKISS: (As Sergeant Snavel is now standing up and bending his head backwards as he is shouting up the stairwell at her in a carrying tone of voice): "Yes, Bonnie-Bell?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE McBIFF: (As Sergeant Snavel is looking at Private McBiff with a worried look on his face and is using a worred tone of voice): "See, she's sorry!"

We now see Bonnie-Bell dropping a huge pot of flowers down the stairwell and is hitting Sergeant Snavel square on the top of his head with it as he is now falling back down in the little settée that he was sitting on as we now hear Harry James playing Revelry on his bugle as we see Private McBiff putting the potted flowers into Sergeant's Snavels hands.

We are now back on some of the party guests who are holding plates of chow and are still minggling with one another as the dance is now coming to na end. We now see Private Prentice who is smoking a cigarette exiting the party with Private Donny, as we see Joyce Mason leaning against an outside wall of the dance hall.

PRIVATE DONNY to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Private Donny is looking at him with a carrying look on his face as he is saying to him in a carrying and friendly tone of voice): "That was a call to quarters, Lon."

PRIVATE PRENTICE to PRIVATE DONNY: (As Private Prentice has now noticed Joyce leaning against the wall as he is looking at her sweetly); "Yeah, I know it!"

PRIVATE DONNY to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Private Donny is standing there looking at him with a serious look on his face as he is asking him in a friendly and slightly stammering tone of voice): "Hey, you a, you a, wanna walk back to camp with me?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to PRIVATE DONNY: (As Private Prentice is now looking at Joyce with a loving look on his face as he is saying to Private Donny in a friendly voice): "Nah, you go ahead kid, I'll see you later."

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he is now approaching her with a sweet look on his face as he is slightly shouting at her in a stearn tone of voice): "Hello, nice night isn't it?"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is standing there looking at him with and adorning look on her face as she is saying to him in a low and carrying voice): "You're gonna miss taps."

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As Private Prentice is standing there with a really sweet and carrying look on his face as he is saying to her in a low and loving tone of voice): "So what, tell them to sue me."

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is standing there looking at him with a dazed look on her face as she is saying to him a slightly mean but carrying tone of voice): "That was call for quarters, you're suppose to turn in!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he is now falling in love with her and has a true look of love on his face as he is saying in a sweet and loving voice): "Not on a night like this, quiet a moon isn't it?"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Joyce is looking at him with a worried look on her face as he now has gently taken her by her arm and is walking away from the dance hall with a loving look on his face): "You, better head for camp Soldier, you're just looking for trouble."

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he still has her by the arm as they are slowly walkign together as he is looking at her with a really sweet look on his face as is using a mischievous voice): "Not me, I'm a privledged character, haven't you heard?"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is looking at him with a true look of love on her face as she is saying to him in a sweet and slightly surprised voice): "How nice!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he is standing there with a mischievous look on his face as he is now gazzing at the moon with pure love in his heart as he is saying to her lovingly): "Yes sir, nice moon!"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is standing there with a devilsh look on her face as she is saying to him in a devilsh tone of voice): You, said that."

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he is now giving her full blown goo-goo eyes and is saying to her in a loving tone of voice): "Say Joyce, you don't mind if I call you Joyce, do you?"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is standing there with her hands folded together in front of her and has an embarrassed look on her face as she is saying to him in a low and slightly embarrassed voice); "No, I don't mind!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he now has one arm around hier shoulders and is looking at her kindly and is saying in a loving tone of voice): "Good, let's sit down. I repeat, mighty pretty moon."

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is sitting there with a sweet look on her face as she is is saying to him sarcastically): "You know you could be a nice guy, if you half tried."

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he is sitting there looking back at her with a dazed look on his face as he is saying to her in a perplexed tone of voice): "I am nice, you just don't appreciate me that's all!"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is sitting there with a carrying look on her face as she is asking him in a concerned tone of voice): "Lon, doesn't it make any difference to you that you're the most un-poplar man in camp?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he is sitting there with his arms folded and is looking at her with a look of wonderment on his face as he is asking her in a mad and questionable tone of voice): "All I care about, is how I stand with you!"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is looking at him with a worried look on her face and is talking to him in a really worried and carrying voice): "You don't care if you're own buddies think you're a heel, is that it?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he is still sitting there with his arms folded and a worried look and is using a worried tone of voice): "I'm only interested in one thing, how do I stack-up with Lieutenant Howard Mason?"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is sitting there with an evil look on her face as she is saying to him in a nasty tone of voice): "For your information, Lon Prentice, I think you're a selfish, stubborn, conceted idiot!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he is sitting there with a dumbfounded look on his face as he is saying to her in a mean tone of voice): "You are in love with that guy?"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is now letting out a sigh of disgust and is saying to him in a mean voice): "Why shouldn' I be?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he is sitting there with an evil look on her face as he is asking her in a mean tone of voice): "Why should you be?"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is now standing up and getting ready to exit as she has a mean look on her face and is saying to him in a sarcastic voice): "Because he happens to by my brother!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As he is standing up with a dazed look on his face as he is saying to her in a dazed voice): "Your brother, I, I, thought your name was Weatherford?"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is standing there looking at him mischievously as she is saying to him in a mischievously tone on voice as she ins how going back into the house): "My Uncle's Weatherford, good-night Mr. Prentice!"

PRIVATE LON PRENTICE: (As he is standing there with a really surprised look on his face as he is now removing his hat and is scratching his head in awe and is saying in a questionable tone of voice to himself): "Brother, hunh, not a bad guy. I think I'm gonna like Lieutenant Mason!"

It is now the next morning and once again we see Corporal Anemic and Private James as Corporal Anemic is holding the sheet music to Revelry on it with a dumbfounded look on his face as we now hear Private James playing a much improved cut of Revelry.

We are now inside of the barracks where we see the Soldiers getting up and bustling around getting dressed for morning details.

PRIVATE DONNY to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Private Donny is now standing there in his Long-Johns stretching and yawning and is looking at Private Prentice with a dazed look on his face as he is saying to him in a perplexed tone of voice): "Hey Lon, you're not gettin' up?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to PRIVATE DONNY: (As Private Prentice has now had a change on mind about being a lazy heel and is looking at Private Donny with a gleeful look on his face as he is saying to him in a cheerful tone of voice): "Sure!"

PRIVATE DONNY to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Private Donny is still standing there in his Long-Johns and is looking at Private Prentice in a really dazed state as he is saying to him in a surprised tone of voice): "Well, this is first call, not mess call!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to PRIVATE DONNY: (As Private Prentice is still in his cot putting on his shirt is looking at Private Donny with a carrying look on his face as he is saying to him in a carrying tone of voice): "I know it, I gotta get out with the fellas!"

PRIVATE DONNY to the REST OF THE CAMP: (As Private Donny is still in his Long-Johns with a bewildered look on his face as he is saying in a low and perplexed tone of voice): "How, do you like that?"

We are now outside of barracks as we see both Private James and Corporal Anemic standing by the barracks door.

PRIVATE JAMES to CORPORAL ANEMIC: (As Private James is standing there with a mad look on his face as he is staring at his bugle and Corporal Anemic is standing there with his hands on his waist as he is looking at Private James with a worried look as Private James is saying to him): "You know, I'll learn to play this bugle before I leave here, if it's the last thing I do."

CORPORAL ANEMIC to PRIVATE JAMES: (As Corporal Anemic is standing there still with his hands on his waist and has a serious look on his face as he is saying to him in a serious voice): "I'm afraid, that's going to be impossible, before you leave here!"

PRIVATE JAMES to CORPORAL ANEMIC: (As Private James is looking at him with a perplexed look on his face as he is now asking the Corporal in a questionable voice): "Yeah, what makes you think so?"

CORPORAL ANEMIC to PRIVATE JAMES: (As he is standing there with a mischievous look on his face as he is now whispering into Private James' ear in a low and mischievous tone of voice): "I heard a rumour that this outfit's takin' a boat!"

PRIVATE JAMES to CORPORAL ANEMIC: (As Private James is standing there still holding his bugle and is looking at the Corporal in dazed way as he is mischievously asking him in a low whisper): "When?"

CORPORAL ANEMIC to PRIVATE JAMES: (As he is still standing there with his hands on his waist and has a mischievous look on his face as he is mischievously whispering to Private James): "Very, soon!"

We now see Sergeant Muggsy Snavel standing in front of His Company as the Privates are standing there at attention as Sergeant Snavel is standing in front of them taking morning role call.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to HIS COMPANY: (As Sergeant Snavel is holding onto his clipboard and is shouting in a loud and gruff tone of voice as his Company is now finishing getting into attention): "Fall in, come on, snap into ther, dress-up, dress-up there, come on there will ya? Attention! This is roll call, right shoulder, arms. Allen,{HERE}, Byron, {HERE}, Paulla, {HERE}, Prentice, {HERE}. {Here we see Sergeant Snavel totally freaked out as he has now dropped his clipboard to the ground at the surprisement of Private Prentice being there for morning roll call, and the other Soldiers are looking at him in wonderment}. Get in line, get in there. All drills and details for this Company suspended for the day. All leaves cancelled and men are confined to camp. Roll packs, be prepared for inspection at any time. Company, dismissed!"

We now see the Company leaving as we got a shot of Private Prentice with a happy look on his face.

PRIVATE DONNY to PRIVATE McALLISTER: (As Private Donny is standing there with a cheerful look on his face as he is saying to Private McAllister in a really happy tone voice): "Sounds, like it!"

PRIVATE McALLISTER to PRIVATE DONNY: (As he is looking at him with a serious look on his face as he is saying in a determined tone of voice): "Yeah, there's something in the air!"

PRIVATE JAMES to PRIVATES DONNY and McALLISTER: (As Private James is standing there looking at the two other Privates with a worried look on his face as he is saying to them in a carrying tone of voice): "Anemic told me, heard it from headquarters!"

PRIVATE DONNY to PRIVATE JAMES and PRIVATE McALLISTER: (As Private Donny is standing there with a really happy look on his face as he is saying in a happy and excited tone of voice): "Yeah, oh boy, no details today!"

We are now on Two Privates and the "DRILL SERGEANT"; {PAT FLAHERTY}, at bayonette practice.

DRILL SERGEANT to PRIVATE McALLISTER: (As Private McAllister has now dropped his bayonette and is being disciplined by the Drill Sergeant as Private McAllister is now taking another stab at it): "All right, McAllister once more, hold onto the piece this time and do it like you mean it. Make believe he's your worst enemy. Try and think of somebody you hate. Think of somebody you hate. Come on now, try it again!"

We now see Private McAllister holding onto his bayonette with a really demented look on his face as he is now thinking of a person he truly hates as he is charging at full speed to the other Private.

DRILL SERGEANT to PRIVATE McALLISTER: (As Private McAllister has now charged the other Private in a full blown demented state as Private McAllister has now won the bayonette dueling with the other Private as the Drill Sergeant is now stating to Private McAllister in an encouraging tone of voice): "Now, that's great, in fact that's wonderful, who were you thinking of?"

PRIVATE McALLISTER to the DRILL SERGEANT: (As he is now standing in front of him with a devious look on his face as he is saying to him sarcastically): "You, and that Buglar!"

As Private McAllister was exiting with a devious look on his face as Majour Evans and the Drill Sergeant was giving him an ugly look. We also see Private James standing in front of a jeep with a perplexed look on his face.

PRIVATE JAMES to the DRILL SERGEANT: (As Private James is now approaching the Drill Sergeant with a happy look on his face as he is saying to him in a happy tone of voice): "Hey, Sarge, do you mind if I try that?"

DRILL SERGEANT to PRIVATE JAMES: (As the Drill Sergeant now has a really wicked look on his face as he is slightly tossing the rifle with the bayonette on is to Private James and is saying to him in a nasty tone of voice): "No, not at all, go right ahead! Try to think of somebody you can hate!"

PRIVATE JAMES to the DRILL SERGEANT: (As he is now taking the rifle with the bayonette on it and is looking at the Drill Sergeant with a mischievous look on his face as he is saying to the Drill Sergeant in a wicked tone of voice): "That's easy!"

We now see Private James completing a perfect bayonette practice with a huge smile on his face.

DRILL SERGEANT to PRIVATE JAMES: (As the Drill Sergeant is now looking at Private James with a really proud look on his face as he is asking him in a really proud tone of voice): "And, who were you thinking about Soldier?"

PRIVATE JAMES to the DRILL SERGEANT: (As Private James is now giving the rifle back to him as he has a wicked and proud look on his face as he is saying to the Drill Sergeant in a mean voice): "A dope, named, Prentice."

DRILL SERGEANT to the COMPANY: (As the Drill Sergeant is standing there holding onto the rifle and has a wicked look on his face as he is now shouting at them in a mean tone of voice): "All right, gang, cut out the lethargy."

We are now back in the barracks where we see Private Prentice walking in at a quick pace as he is whistling merrily and is packing his bed roll in glee. As Private Prentice is now whistling and joyfully packing his bed roll we now see Sergeant Snavel approaching him with a mean look on his face.

PRIVATE PRENTICE to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Private Prentice is now holding his bed roll and is looking in it and is happily whistling as he is looking at Sergeant Snavel with a happy look on his face): "Hello Sarge, looking for me?"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Sergeant Snavel is now standing there with his hand clasped behind his back and is saying to him in a mean tone of voice): "Yeah, I wanted you to get your things together!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Private Prentice is now looking at Sergeant Snavel with a gleeful look on his face as he is saying to him in a positive tone of voice): "Oh, I'll be ready as soon as the rest of them are!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Sergeant Snavel is looking at Private Prentice with a mean look on his face as he is still standing there with his hands clasped behind his back as Sergeant Snavel is now saying to Private Prentice in a mean and serious voice): "When you get your things packed report to Majour Evans the Adgent. You have been transfered to Camp Headquarters."

PRIVATE PRENTICE to SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL: (As Private Prentice is now standing there with a hurtful look on his face as he is still holding his bed roll and is saying to him in a worried tone of voice as Private Prentice in now running out of the barracks in a really worried state): "Transfered, what, Camp Headquarters, is a permanent detail, say what is this I wanna be with the gang!"

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Sergeant Snavel is standing there with an evil look on his face as he is looking out of the barracks door still with his hand clasped behind his back as he is shouting out of the barracks door to Private Prentice in a get even mean voice): "That's one special privledge you won't get!"

We now see an automobile driving into camp with Joyce Mason and her brother Lieutenant Howard Mason and Tag-a-Long in it.

PRIVATE PRENTICE to LIEUTENANT HOWARD MASON: (As Private Prentice is now approaching the automobile in a really worried state as Lieutenant Howard Mason is now exiting from the automobile): "Lieutenant!"

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is sitting behind the driving wheel and is looking at him with a mischievous look on her face as she is saying to him in a mischievous tone of voice): "Hiya, big shot!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to LIEUTENANT HOWARD MASON: (As Private Prentice is standing in front of the Lieutenant's automobile with a really scared look on his face as he is saying to the Lieutenant in a scared and shaking tone of voice): "They've transfered me to Headquarters."

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As she is still sitting behind the driving wheel with a mean look on her face as she is saying to him in a really sarcastic tone of voice): "Why, you should like that, no fall in, fall out, and they don't have target practice."

PRIVATE PRENTICE to JOYCE MASON: (As Private Prentice is now looking at her with a really scared look on his face as he is saying to her in a really scared tone of voice): "I'm serious, Joyce."

PRIVATE PRENTICE to LIEUTENANT HOWARD MASON: (As Private Prentice is now looking at the Lieutenant with a really hurtful look on his face as he is now truly regretting his past actions of asking to be a lazy ass is begging the Lieutenant in a really scared and trmbling tone of voice): "Lieutenant, you've gotta help me. I've gotta go with the boys. They don't need me, but I need them. I'll do anything."

LIEUTENANT HOWARD MASON to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Lieutenant Mason is still standing by the automobile looking at Private Prentice with a really carrying look on his face as the Lieutenant is now looking at Private Prentice with a look of remorse): "I think you're a little late, Prentice, but I'll do what I can."

PRIVATE PRENTICE to LIEUTENANT HOWARD MASON: (As Private Prentice is now saluting the Lieutenant at attention and i saying to him in a really thankful tone of voice): "Thank-you sir, I've got to report to Majour Evans."

We now see Lieutenant Howard Mason saluting Private Prentice as Private Prentice is now exiting to report to Majour Evans. We now see Joyce Mason as she is still sitting behind the driving wheel of her automobile with a worried look on her face.

JOYCE MASON to LITTLE DAGMAR; {TAG-A-LONG}: (As Joyce is shouting to her in a really worried voice): "Tag-a-Long, come here!"

We now see Tag-a-Long dressed in a little girls pants style of a Privates uniform as she is now approaching Joyce and the automobile.

JOYCE MASON to LITTLE DAGMAR; {TAG-A-LONG}: (As Joyce is now saying to here in a serious tone of voice and with a mean look on her face as Tag-a-Long has now saluted her): "Get in!"

We now see Joyce opening the door of the back seating area of her automobile as Tag-a-Long is now getting in.

JOYCE MASON to TAG-A-LONG: (As Joyce is now standing up and looking at Tag-a-Long who is standing up in the back seating area and Joyce is saying to Tag-a-Long in a mean tone of voice as she has a mean look on her face): "I told you what you'd get if you came over here, didn't I?"

We now see Tag-a-Long nodding her head affirmatively as Joyce is now taking hold of Tag-a-Long and is bending her over the back seat of the automobile and is now slapping her backside.

TAG-A-LONG to JOYCE MASON: (As Tag-a-Long is still bent over the back seat and is turning over the back seat and is looking at Joyce with a really mischievous look on her face as she is "SINGING" to Joyce in a really mischievous as Joyce is still paddling her backside): "Deep In The Heart Of Texas!"

We now see Tag-a-Long standing back-up and giving Joyce a huge grin of mischief.

We are now inside of MAJOUR EVANS; {EDWIN STANLEY}; office where we see the Majour sitting behind his desk holding a pencil and with a really worried and sad look on his face as Private Prentice is standing in front of the desk holding his hat and a really scared and worried look on his face.

PRIVATE PRENTICE to MAJOUR EVANS: (As Private Prentice is standing in Majour Evans office with a really painful look on his face as Majour Evans is sitting behind his desk looking at Private Prentice with a demented look on his face as Private Prentice is now in the process of pleading his case): "I know it's my fault. I asked for it. All I want is a chance to prove that I'm not such a heel!"

MAJOUR EVANS to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Majour Evans is still sitting at his desk as he is looking at Private Prentice with a look of carryingness on his face as he is saying to Private Prentice in a slightly mean but yer understanding voice): "You really want to be a Soldier, don't you?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to MAJOUR EVANS: (As Private Prentice is standing there looking at him with a really worried look on his face as he is saying to the Majour in a begging tone of voice): "Yes, sir!"

MAJOUR EVANS to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Majour Evans is sitting there talking to Private Prentice in an understanding tone of voice as he is looking at Private Prentice with a serious look on his face as he is stating): "One of the first things a Soldier learns is to take ordures whether he thinks the ordures are right or wrong!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to MAJOUR EVANS: (As Private Prentice is still standing in front on the Majour holding his hat and is look at him with a begging look on his face as he is saying to the Majour in a begging tone of voice): "I'll take ordures, sir!"

MAJOUR EVANS to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As the Majour is still sitting at his desk with a carrying look on his face as he is still explaining to Private Prentice in a carrying tone of voice the duties of being 'A Real Soldier'): "You must learn to respect the judgement of your Officers."

PRIVATE PRENTICE to MAJOUR EVANS: (As Private Prentice is now looking at the floor with a look of embarrassment and remorse on his face as he is saying to the Majour in a low and sad voice): "Yes, sir!"

MAJOUR EVANS to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As Majour Evans is sitting at his desk with a really carrying look on his face as he is still explaining to Private Prentice in a really carrying and concerned tone of voice why he is stationed to Headquarters): "In this case, your Superiour Officers feel that until you're properly trained, your place is here. And not at the front. We're not thinking of you Prentice, we're thinking of the men along side of you. Do I make myself clear?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to MAJOUR EVANS: (As Private Prentice is now got a deep look of hurt and remorse on his face for being a heel and is saying to the majour in a really deep and hurtful tone of voice as he is receiving his "Just Desserts"): "Yes, sir, Thank-you, sir!"

We now see Private Prentice saluting the Majour in full respect as the Majour is saluting back at Private Prentice in a half-hearted salute.

We are now outside of Camp Healy where we see three Privates doing details of stuffing straw into burlap sacks one of the Privates is Private Donny and the other is Private McAllister. Private James has now walked past Private Donny to complete his detail.

PRIVATE DONNY to PRIVATE JAMES: (As Private Donny is looking at Private James with a gleeful look on his face as he is saying to Private James in a questionable tone of voice): "Hey, Harry, what about the show tonight?"

PRIVATE JAMES to PRIVATE DONNY: (As he is looking at him with a perplexed look on his face as he is saying to him in a questionable tone of voice): "Tonight, they're puttin' it on this afternoon!"

PRIVATE McALLISTER to PRIVATE DONNY: (As he is sitting in front of his straw and burlap sack and is looking at him with a worried look on his face as he is stating to him in a worried voice): "The way these rumours are flying around we may not even be there then!"

PRIVATE DONNY to PRIVATE McALLISTER: (As he is looking at him with a mischievous look on his face as he is saying to him in a low and mischievous tone of voice as they are now back stuffing their burlap sacks): 'S-S-S-H-H-H, serve, in silence!"

It is now afternoon and we are now at the Show where we see a sign sitting a Flag patterned rug that reads as follows:

CAMP HEALY THEATRE
MATINÉE ONLY
U.S.O.
Presents
CAMP HEALY
VARIETIES

We open the show with a sell out crowd as we now hear the beautiful music of Harry James And His Music Makers as they are playing a really beautiful medley of:

1: "Flight Of The Bumblebee"
2: "Moonlight Seranade"
3: "The Blue Danube Waltz"

We now hear the audience applauding loudly as they are sitting there with huge smiles on their faces.

We now see Sergeant Snavel in the sidelines as he is now hoisting up a huge burlap sack of straw. We now see Private Lancelot McBiff standing on stage holding onto the curtain as he is dressed in dress uniform.

LANCELOT PRINGLE McBIFF to the AUDIENCE: (As he is standing there with a mischievous look on his face as he is saying in a mischievous tone of voice): "In this spot, I'm suppose to introduce the Andrews Sisters. But, that won't be necessary. I found out that they knew each other."

We now see Sergeant Snavel dropping his burlap sack of straw trying to him Private McBiff with it but has now missed him.

PRIVATE McBIFF to the AUDIENCE: (As he is now looking at them with a scared look on his face as he is saying in a startled tone of voice): "I, shoulda stood in bed!"

We now see Private McBiff exiting the stage as another burlap sack of straw is dropping down supposedly to hit Sergeant Snavel but it misses him.

We now see the Andrews Sisters coming on stage as they are struggling hard at pulling out a giant apple tree as Harry James and His Music Makers are now playing with Harry James doing the conducting as the Andrews Sisters are singing:

"ANDREWS SISTERS:" "PLEASE DON'T SIT UNDER THE APPLE TREE:" {START}:

ANDREWS SISTERS: "I wrote my mother, I wrote my father, and now I'm writing you too." {Here we see Patty supposedly hot and tired from tugging on the apple tree as she is now wiping perspiration off of her forehead as Maxene and LaVerne are still tugging on the tree. Patty has now put her knee of LaVerne's backside for leverage}.
ANDREWS SISTERS: "I'm sure of mother, I'm sure of father, and now I wanna be sure," {Right here Patty is tugging on the tree alone as she is singing}. PATTY: "Very, very sure."
ANDREWS SISTERS: "Of you." {Here we see LaVerne and Maxene standing in the background as Patty has now given the tree a bit too hard of a tug and has now lost her balance and has fallen hard onto the stage on her backside}.
ANDREWS SISTERS: "Don't sit under the apple tree, with anyone else but me, anyone else but me, anyone else but me." {Here we see the apple tree and Patty still on the stage rubbing her backside as Maxene and LaVerne are now helping Patty up as she is still rubbing her backside in pain}.
ANDREWS SISTERS: "Anyone else but me, no, no, no, don't sit under the apple tree with anyone else but me, 'til I come marching home." {Here we see the Andrews Sisters snapping their fingers, doing a soft shoe, chorus line dance style shuffling sideways as they are tapping their toes. They have their arms locked together with each other. Now they are doing a in place march style of a dance}.
ANDREWS SISTERS: "Don't go walking down lovers lane, with anyone else but me, anyone else but me, anyone else but me." {Here we see Maxene walking slightly behind the curtain as they are now dancing back onto the stage as we now see Sergeant Snavel hooked onto Maxene's arm with a mischievous grin on his face as he is shuffling forwards and backwards}.
ANDREWS SISTERS: "No, no, no, don't go walking down lovers lane with anyone else but me, 'til I come marching home." {Here we see the Andrews Sisters standing there with their hands on their waists and playful mad looks on their faces as Sergeant Snavel is now doing a to and fro shuffle chorus line style of a dance holding onto his hat with a mischievous look on his face}.
ANDREWS SISTERS: " Just got word from a guy who heard from the guy next door to me. The girl he met, just loves to pet, and it fits you to a tee." {Here we see the Andrews Sisters chasing Sergeant Snavel backwards as they are doing a soft shoe dance and are waving a finger at him in madness as Maxene is now grabbing Sergeant Snavel by his arm in madness as Patty has now hit him hard across his kisser and is shaking her hand in pain as Sergeant Snavel is looking at them madly as Maxene has now shoved him away}.
ANDREWS SISTERS: "So, don't sit under the apple tree, with anyone else but me, 'til I come marching home." {Here Harry James has now played a few solo bars of the song on his trumpet as the Andrews Sisters are doing a shuffle style of a dance}.
ANDREWS SISTERS; "Don't sit under the apple tree."
PATTY SOLO: "With anyone else but me."
MAXENE and LaVERNE: {As they are pointing a finger at Patty}. "With anyone else but her."
PATTY SOLO: "No, no, no, no, not a single soul but me, no, no, no, no, don't you sit under the apple tree with anyone else but me, not 'til you se me, not until you see me marching home."
ANDREWS SISTERS: "Home, home, home sweet home." {Here we see the Andrews Sisters with their arms locked together as they are doing a quick step soft shoe march style of a dance}.
ANDREWS SISTERS: "Don't go walking dow lovers lane,"
PATTY: "With anyone else but me."
MAXENE and LaVERNE: "With anyone else but her."
PATTY: "no, no, no, no, not a single soul but me, no, no, no, no, don't you go walking down lovers lane with anyone else but me." {Here we now see Maxene once again snagging Sergeant Snavel's arm as he is now joining them in their march style of a dance}. "Not til you see me, not until you see me marching home."
ANDREWS SISTERS: "Home, home, sweet home." {Here we see Sergeant Snavel backing away in fear as Maxene has now given him a hard smack on his kisser as is knocking him flat on his backside behind the stage as Patty and LaVerne are standing there with mad looks on their faces}.
ANDREWS SISTERS: "Not until I come marching home." {Here we see Patty doing a fast paced tap shuffle dance as she is twirling around and quickly kicking her legs sideways}.
ANDREWS SISTERS: "So, don't go walking down a lovers lane, no walking down a lovers lane, til you see me, when you see me marching home. Then we'll go arm and arm and sit down under the apple tree. Baby, just you and me when I come marching home." {We end this song and dance routine where we see the Andrews Sisters doing a fast paced tap dance, tapping their toes and snapping their fingers as they are now bumping into each other as they are now landing onto the stage with apples being spilled on them}.

"ANDREWS SISTERS:" "DON'T SIT UNDER THE APPLE TREE:" {END}:

We now see Harry James and His Music Makers running frantically to the apple tree and are now grabbing themselves an apple as the audience is now applauding and laughing loudly.

We now here Harry James and His Music Makers playing an instrumental version of "PLEASE DON'T SIT UNDER THE APPLE TREE" as we now see Lady member of the "JIVIN' JACKS AND JILLS"; {THEMSELVES}, along with Private Donny now skipping merrily onto the stage as they are now sitting down on a park bench as he has now crossed his legs and has given her a quick peck on the cheek as she is now blushing and has a sheepish look on his face. They are now playfully slapping one another. He has now given her a tad harder hit as she now has a mad look on her face as she is now hittimg him back a tad harder and he has a mad looki on his face. He now once again has hit her hard enough to send her flying off of the park bench hard onto her backside as she now has a painful look on her face and is now in a state of madness as she is now picking up the park benc and is spilling Private Donny off of it, as he has now climbed over it and is chasing after her.

We now see a group of young kids verying in ages from six through fifteen from the group The Jivin' Jacks and Jills as the four oldest members two boys and two girls are now sitting on the park bench and are flirting with one another. One girl; {left side couple}, is running her fingers up and down the back of the boys as the other couple; {right side couple}, is sitting there smiling sweetly and giving one another goo-goo eyes. We now see the boy who was getting the ladies fingers runned up and down his back now turning around and is smiling sweetly at her as she is not tapping underneath his chin gently with her fingers as she is smiling back sweetly at him. The couple that was flirting with one another and using goo-goo eyes has now had a tit-for-tat as they are ow looking at each other with mad looks on their faces. We now see the finger tapping couple giving each other a kiss whit the goo-goo eye couple, the boy has now given her a really mean and nasty look as he is also exiting the bench with the first couple. The last lady; {goo-goo eyes}; has now spun her head around a few times with a really happy look on her face as she has now noticed her boyfriend in now gone and she gets up in a state of hurt and is chasing after him. Here we now see a couple more of the Jivin' Jacks and Jills sitting on the park bench as the gentleman has a look of pride on his face as he is happily presenting her an apple in a state of love as she is now looking at him with a happy and surprised look on her face as she is now taking the apple from him and is polishing it on her dress sleeve. We now see another gentleman approaching the first gentleman as the second gentleman is looking at the first gentleman with a mad look on his face as the second gentleman has tapped himself on his chest as to say that she is his girlfriend as he has now chased the first gentleman away. The second gentleman is now happily sitting down by the lady with the apple as she is smiling sweetly and he is now taking a bite of the apple. We now see another lady sitting down on the bench with a sheepish look on her face as the gentleman is now doing a fast double take look with dismay as he has now noticed that he has tow lovely ladies after him as he is now frantically moving his head to and fro like he is seeing double; {The two ladies are twin sisters}, and he and the lady on the left; {the one with out the apple}, have now fallen backwards off of the bench in fear, the apple girl has now joined them.

"JIVIN' JACKS AND JILLS" "DANCE ROUTINE" {START}:

We now see Harry James and His Music Makers playing "Dixieland Rag" as we now see the Jivin' Jacks and Jills doing a fast paced Jitterbug style dance, waltz side to side as they are clicking their heels together. We now see the twin sisters bent down as one of the gentleman dancers is now doing a cartwheel over them forwards and then he does a quick leap to his side as he clicks his heels together. Then he completes another cartwheel over them and again he takes a quick leap to his side and clicks his heels together. We now see the gentleman dancers taking the ladies and are twirling them over their backs. They have now incorporated into their dance style a face paced tap style chorus, square dance. Along with a fast paced to and fro shuffle and are twirling around. We now see one of the gentleman dancers on his hands with his feet in the air as he is now leaping from his hands to his feet five times. One of the lead male dancers is now twirling around as he is now doing several fast back hand flips while the other 'Jivin' Jacks and Jills' are standing behind him doing a shuffle tap dance. They are closing their dance number where we see one male dancer still completing his back flips across the stage while one of the lady dancers was twirling around in circles and the other ladies and gentleman were doing their Jittegbug tap style of a dance. The ending is where a lady dancer has now completed the splits while the other dancers where still doing their Jitterbug, tap dance.

"JIVIN' JACKS AND JILLS" "DANCE ROUTINE:" {END}:

We now see the audience with huge smiles on their faces as they are now applauding loudly and giving them a standing ovation.

Private Lancelot Pringle McBiff is now entering again on the stage as he is standing by a curtain with a look of remorse and madness on his kisser.

PRIVATE McBIFF to the AUDIENCE: (As he is now begrudgingly introducing Private Prentice in a half-hearted tone of voice, not all that happy about it): "And, now Private Lon Prentice, a great fella, a great voice."

"PRIVATE LON PRENTICE and HARRY JAMES AND HIS MUSIC MAKERS:" "WE'VE GOT A JOB TO DO:" {START}:

Harry James and His Music Makers are playing as we see Private Prentice and the rest of Camp Healy proudly marching onto the stage.

LON PRENTICE: "Calling all minours, assembly liners, the men on the board of directours, oil refiners, airplane designers, conscience objectors. Calling the broker, the cook and the stoker, the welder, the butcher and the broker, we've all gotta fight, if we wanna see the light. Freedom will ring. Freedom will ring."
MUSIC MAKERS: "Freedom will ring."
LON PRENTICE: "Those fellas up at the front, they're really bearing the brunt, We've got a job to do."
MUSIC MAKERS: "We've got a job to do."
LON PRENTICE: "If we expect them to win, come on we'll have to dig in, we've got a job to do."
MUSIC MAKERS: "We've got a job to do."
LON PRENTICE: "We've gotta back-up that fleet until our enemies meet their Waterloo."
MUSIC MAKERS: "Waterloo."
LON PRENTICE: "The boys in Khaki and Blue are all depending on you. We've got a job to do."
HARRY JAMES AND HIS MUSIC MAKERS AND LON PRENTICE: "Those fellows up at the front, they're really bearing the brunt. We've got a job to do. If we expect them to win, come on we'll have to dig in, we've got a job to do. We've gotta back-up that fleet, until our enemies meet their Waterloo. The boys in Khaki and Blue are all depending on you, we've got a job to do. Let's see it through!"

"PRIVATE LON PRENTICE and HARRY JAMES AND HIS MUSIC MAKERS:" "WE'VE GOT A JOB TO DO:" {END}:

We now see Sergeant Muggsy Snavel and Majour Evans now entering the stage and are now ending the show due to the fact that it is time for the Boys to board their boat and go to war.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to CAMP HEALY: (As he is now standing on the stage seriously as he is now shouting in a gruff voice): "Attention!"

MAJOUR EVANS to CAMP HEALY: (As he is now standing on the stage with a serious look on his face as he is saying in a serious and gruff style of a voice): "All me will report to quarters and fall in immediately with full packs and equipment."

We now see both Private Prentice and Majour Evans exiting the stage.

SERGEANT MUGGSY SNAVEL to BUGLAR: (As we see Private James standing there at attention with his bugle in his hand as Sergeant Snavel is saying to him in a gruff voice): "Buglar, sound assembly!"

We now see Private James with a really proudful look on is face as he has now accomplished his wish, of conquering the bugle before he left Camp Healy as he has now played a perfect cut of "Assembly."

We now see Camp Healy standing at attention as they are getting ready to leave for war.

PRETTY LADY to PRIVATE McALLISTER: (As she is standing behind stage with a happy look on her face as she is shouting at him excitedly as she is standing there holding a stogie): "Corkey, Corkey, come here. Here's a going away present."

PRIVATE McALLISTER; {CORKEY} to HIS GIRLFRIEND: (As he is standing there with a look of glee on hi face as he is saying in a happy tone of voice as he has the stogie in his mouth): "Gee, thanks!"

We now see Corkey exiting her with a happy look on his face and the stogie in his mouth.

GIRLFRIEND to CORKEY: {Private McAllister}: (As she now has a sad look on her face and is pulling him back and is saying to him in a sad tone of voice): "Aren't you gonna kiss me good-bye?"

CORKEY; {Private McAllister}, to HIS GIRLFRIEND: (As he has now taken the stogie from his mouth and is wrapping his arms around her giving her a giant hubg as they are now engaged in a really loving lip lock): "Sure!"

We now see Corkey's; {Private McAllister}; girlfriend standing there sighing in a state of love with his stogie in her mouth as he has now made a quick turn around to fetch back his stogie. He now gives her one more for the road humongous smooch.

PRIVATE DONNY to CORKEY'S; {Private McAllister}; GIRLFRIEND: (As he has now quickly walked up to her thinking she was his girl with a mad look on his face as he is saying in a mad voice): "Vampire!"

We now see the Andrews Sisters walking onto the stage and are marching in place as they are getting ready to sing:

"ANDREWS SISTER:" "JOHNNY GET YOUR GUN:" {START ONE}:

PATTY: {As Maxene and LaVerne are humming}: "What's that call, that I hear, like a voice from the past in my ear?" {Here we see Harry James and His Music Makers playing, they and Camp Healy are marching in place and are now following the Andrews Sisters as they are being led by Private Donny who is carrying a very beautiful "AMERICAN FLAG"}:
ANDREWS SISTERS: "Get the move on, go on Johnny get your gun again. Make it on for all, and all for one again. Uncle Sam still rates you as his pal, and Miss Liberty is still your Sunday gal. Hurry, hurry, Johnny get your gun again." {Here we see a close-up of the Andrews Sisters as we are now seeing silhouettes of Camp Healy marching behind them on a wall outside of Camp Healy}.
ANDREWS SISTERS: "Mr. Whiskers needs his father and son again. Johnny get your sleeves rolled up again, we've got a war to be won. Johnny get your gun again." {Here we are now outside of Camp Healy where we see The Music Makers playing as they and all of Camp Healy are now proudly marching off to kill a few million, 'Rotter, Good For Nothing, Jap, Gook, Bastards,' as they are proudly being led by Harry James}.
ANDREWS SISTERS: (As they are standing outside of the old Barracks and are marching in place): "Uncle Sam still rates you as his pal, and Miss Liberty is still your Sunday gal. Won't you hurry, hurry, Johnny get your gun again." {Here we see Private Donny proudly marching carrying his rifle and a beautiful "AMERICAN FLAG" as he is now being approached by the pretty lady who gave Private McAllister the stogie}.

"ANDREWS SISTERS:" "JOHNNY GET YOUR GUN:" {END ONE}:

PRETTY GIRL to PRIVATE DONNY: (As she is now running up by his side with a happy look on her face as she is shouting at him): "Bye, Donny, aren't you gonna kiss me good-bye?"

PRIVATE DONNY to the PRETTY LADY: (As he is still proudly marching with a mischievous look on his face as he gives her a quick peck on the forehead): "Sure!"

PRETTY LADY to PRIVATE DONNY: (As she has a disgusted look on her face and a mad tone of voice as she has now grabbed him and is giving him a humongous lip lock): "Bye, are you kiddin'?"

"ANDREWS SISTERS:" "JOHNNY GET YOUR GUN:" {START TWO}:

"Mr. Whiskers still needs his father, and son. Again, Johnny get your sleeves rolled up again, we've got a war to be won, Johnny get your gun again."
{Here we see Little Tag-a-Long in her uniform saluting them. Plus we are also seeing Majour Evans and Private Prentice standing on the sidelines watching Camp Healy marching off to war}.

"ANDREWS SISTERS:" "JOHNNY GET YOUR GUN:" {END TWO}:

MAJOUR EVANS to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As the Majour is saying to Private Prentice in a serious tone of voice and a test): "There they go. Private Prentice, if you were in my uniform and I was in yours, would you allow me to go?"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to MAJOUR EVANS: (As Private Prentice is looking at the ground in total remorse and shame says to him in a shameful voice): "No, Sir!"

MAJOUR EVANS to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As the Majour is now turning around and looking at him with a huge grin on his face as he is now making a Soldier out of Private Prentice): "That's the right answer Prentice, get going!"

PRIVATE PRENTICE to MAJOUR EVANS: (As he is now truly overjoyed by the Majours decision is saluting him in total respect as he is saying in a slightly trembling but really happy voice): "Get......, Yes, Sir!"

MAJOUR EVANS to PRIVATE PRENTICE: (As the Majour is standing there smiling happily at him and is saying to him in a cheerful voice): "Cut out, that saluting and get going!"

We now see the most happiest of all the Privates of Camp Healy running to becom a soldier as he has now gotten the biggest break in his life.

We now see all of Camp Healy marching off to Cremate a few million 'Rotten Jap Gooks'. Heavy artillery is now being pulled. Plus we now see a close-up of Sergeant Muggsy Snavel as he has a proud and serious look on his face. We now see a close-up of Private Donny as he is smiling with pride as he is now going to war. We are now getting a close-up of the most happiest Private of Camp Healy marching off to war, 'Private Lon Prentice.'

We now see Camp Healy starting to board ship in a state of pure pride to serve as American Army Soldiers for the wonderful United States Of America.

JOYCE MASON to PRIVATE LON PRENTICE: (As she is now standing in front of him with a look of pride on her face as she is saying to him in a really proud voice): "Good-bye Lon, I got this for you."

We now see Joyce proudly putting a bracelet on his wrist that reads as follows:

HANDS OFF
THIS GUY BELONGS
TO ME JOYCE

DRILL SERGEANT to CAMP HEALY: (As he is using a serious tone of voice states): "In line, hup!"

We now see Private Prentice standing there smiling really gleefully and with pride as he now has the girl he wants and mostly to be able to go off and proudly serve his country as he is now giving her a humongous and really long kiss of good-bye.

DRILL SERGEANT to CAMP HEALY: (As the Drill Sergeant is now looking at them seriously and is using a serious voice): "Forward, hup!"

We now see Private Prentice being pushed by his fellow Soldiers as Sergeant Muggsy Snavel is standing there and proudfully chequing off all of his Soldiers as they are proudly marching by onto the boat. We now see Sergeant Snavel standing there with a dumbfounded look on his face as he still has one more name to mark-off as he is now in a state of total perplexness as he he is now looking around and is trying to figure out who it is. Sergeant Snavel is now standing there with a sheepish and wiry grin on his face as he has now taken one last look around and has now realized who the missing Soldier was as he is now pointing at himself and then is chequing himself off of the roster and is now proudly march on board.

"ANDREWS SISTERS:" "WE'VE GOT A JOB TO DO:" {START}:

"Let's load that ore on the trains and turn that steel into planes. We've got a job to do. This war is yours and it's mine. We've got to back-up that line. We've got a job to do. Just keep on forging that steel until the last high and heel is through, hey you, we've got an Army to feed, no time for grudges of grieve we've got a job to do. We've got a job to do."

"ANDREWS SISTERS:" "WE'VE GOT A JOB TO DO:" {END}:

As the Andrews Sisters were singing we saw a few snipping of actual Newsreels of the real World War II.

1: A line-up of Bomber Planes flying over the ocean to proudly bomb out some Jap Bastards.

2: Several Carrier Boats taking our men to war.

3: An Airplane factory where millions of proud factory workers are assembling the United States Army Planes with pride.

4: Factory of proud worked making with pride rifles and bayonettes our boys will use in pride gunning down Japs to defined the great Country.

5: A cannons factory of proud workers for our boys to use to blow away more rotten Japs.

6: Rifle cartridges factory of proud workers making them for our boys to use with pride.

7: A mess of tanks full of proud United States Soldiers on their way to war.

8: A Company of Army Soldiers marching proudly off to war.

9: United States Army Men boarding planes in pride to serve and protect the great United States of America.

This truly wonderful feature fades out where we see planes off to war and some Army Planes flying in formation as they are spelling out "USA" with Harry James and His Music Makers playing "God Bless America" and a huge and beautiful Forty-Eight Star Flag waving in pride.


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