A U.S. soldier radio announcer introduces the radio program "Jubilee" as a band of Army musicians, in uniform, plays a fanfare. Opening montage features a man writing a V-mail fan letter to "Jubilee" to the Armed Forces Radio Service. Montage also shows V-mail staff women processing mail. Announcer Ernie 'Bubbles' Whitman then introduces 'Rochester' from the Jack Benny program. Lena Horne comes to mic and crowd applauds. Rochester and Lena Horne sing "Consequences." Timmie Rogers and Private Bate Wallace then perform, with Timmy Rogers singing, "Bring Enough Clothes for Three Days." Lena Horne is introduced again, finishing the program with the song, "That Man I Love."
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