This was Paramount's contribution (1942) to the series of all-star propaganda revues the studios churned out in the early days of World War II. Victor Moore provides the linkage between sketches and variety turns as a studio gatekeeper who poses as a producer to impress his son. With Betty Hutton, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Paulette Goddard, Veronica Lake, Dorothy Lamour, Dick Powell, and glimpses of Cecil B. De Mille and Preston Sturges at work. Katherine Dunham did the choreography and appears with her dance troupe; George Marshall directed.