- Director:Al Christie
- Writer:Arthur L. Jarrett,Marcy Klauber
- Cast:Imogene Coca,Danny Kaye,June Allyson
June Allyson is a cashier in a dance hall and her friend Imogene Coca wants to get a job there as a dance hostess. June advises her she needs to first make herself attractive to men,and gives her a book on the subject. But Imogene, by mistake, picks up the wrong book and reads one on the art of jiu-jitsu. Imogene's first customer is a bashful sailor (Danny Kaye) who gets turned every which way but loose. Hank Henry also appears as a sailor. All four performers had better things ahead of them although,in the case of comedian Hank Henry, not by much.
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Dime a Dance (1937)
Film debut of Barry Sullivan.