Up in Arms
Up in Arms ★★ 1944
Danny Kaye's first film presents a typical Kaye scenario: he plays a twitching hypochondriac who is drafted into the Army and sneaks his girlfriend aboard the troopship bound for the Pacific. Features an appearance by the Goldwyn Girls. Remake of the film “The Nervous Wreck.” ♫Theatre Lobby Number; Now I Know; All Out for Freedom; Tess's Torch Song; Melody in 4F. 105m/C VHS . Danny Kaye, Dinah Shore, Constance Dowling, Dana Andrews, Margaret Dumont, Lyle Talbot, Louis Calhern, Charles Halton; D: Elliott Nugent; C: Ray Rennahan.
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