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Short revue film starring female performers Renara, Irene Cutter and Shirley Lenner, plus Harry Parry and his Band.
Three female performers – pianist Renara, tap-dancer Irene Cutter and singer Shirley Lenner – are supported by Harry Parry and his band in this short film. Cinema audiences were cheered up through WWII by entertaining revue films such as this.
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