An American feature film depicts the life of professional dancer Jerry Jones and how he puts on musical shows for the U.S. Army during World War I. Soldiers march in a camp in New York during their training. A sergeant instructs them. The sergeant talks to dancer Jerry Jones. He says that he wants to dance and perform for the army. The sergeant talks to an officer about Jones wishes. The officer tells him to arrange a musical show for the army. Newspaper headlines about the musical show. Men practice for the show in a mess. Some of the men prepare food and sing. Others play musical instruments. Jones practices for his performance. He dances and other men sing and play instruments. The sergeant watches the practice. They prepare boards and banners for the show and practice. They discuss amongst themselves about the show. A bugler plays his bugle. Interior of a theater. The soldiers perform on a stage. People watch the show.
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