Putting the swing in Swing Parade of 1946 is: Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five, Will Osborne & His Orchestra, Connee Boswell. And if you're looking for waitering, plumbing, protecting or just plain horsing around, The Three Stooges at your service.
Putting the swing in Swing Parade of 1946 are the hep and jive of Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five and the mellow persuasions of Will Osborne & His Orchestra. Connee Boswell (whose platters included several chart-topping duets with Bing Crosby) offers a romantic forecast of Stormy Weather. And if you're looking for waitering, plumbing, protecting or just plain horsing around at the ritzy watering hole where all this musicality takes place, The Three Stooges are at your service.
Top-billed Gale Storm plays a songstress at the club run by the son (Phil Regan) of a disapproving industrialist father (Russell Hicks). A generation of TV fans remembers Storm for "My Little Margie" and "The Gale Storm Show."
The Three Stooges join forces to protect a nightclub owner from his domineering father, who's set on shutting down his hot spot. But as "the Boys" manage the club--poking eyes and pulling hair--they'll also have to bump heads with their new boss-from-hell: Moose!
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