Famous Hollywood personalities on stage holding scripts as they prepare for a radio broadcast before an audience of U.S. military personnel during World War 2. . Seen are Fred MacMurray, Rita Hayworth, Ginnie Simms and Lou Holz (with Don Wilson behind them). Camera focuses on MacMurray and Hayworth, as they stand listening intently to someone (unseen) who seems to be giving them directions. Then, they applaud, even shaking the scripts as they clap their hands. Next, Camera focuses on Rita Hayworth listening to the director. She looks at the script and applauds. Camera focuses on MacMurray, who listens again to director. Then camera focuses on Simms and Holz with Wilson between and behind them. The three of them converse momentarily, and then break into applause. Camera shows them again seemingly conversing with the director. Next, the audience is shown, consisting of Servicemen in uniform, and friends. They listen and applaud. View of the broadcast studio control room, with two U.S. Army officers there, one of whom is speaking. He wears a U.S. Army Service Forces Shoulder patch. He motions with his hand as it to signal the start of the broadcast. (Perhaps he was the unseen director.)
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