Swing Your Partner (May 20, 1943)
Released on May 20, 1943: (running time 1 hour and 12 minutes) The owner of a large milk corporation secretly gets a job in her first cheese plant to discover why the workers dispise her.
Directed by Frank McDonald
Written by Dorrell McGowan and Stuart E. McGowan
The Actors: Myrtle Wiseman (Lulu Belle), Scotty Wiseman (Scotty), Barbara Jo Allen (Vera Vague), Dale Evans (Dale Evans, Miss Bird's secretary), Ransom M. Sherman (Ransom Sherman, private eye), Harry Cheshire (Harry 'Pappy' Cheshire), Richard Lane (Mr. Lane, manager of milk plant 29), Shug Fisher (Shug, train station agent), The Tennessee Ramblers (Musicians), Roger Clark (Johnny Murphy, private eye), Esther Dale (Caroline Bird, aka Anna Robbins), Judy Clark (Judy), Charles Judels (Digby, Bird Vice President), Rosemary La Planche (secretary), Sam Flint (Teal, Bird Vice President), Forbes Murray (Morningside), Elmer Jerome (Duffy, Bird Vice President), Peppy (Peppy, specialty jitterbug dancer), Peanuts (Peanuts, specialty jitterbug dancer), Dorothy Bailer (dancer), W.J. Blair (member of the Tennessee Ramblers Band), Curly Campbell (E. Cecil Campbell, bluegrass band leader, member of the Tennessee Ramblers Band), Martha Carroll (dancer), Dick Hartman (member of the Tennessee Ramblers Band), Mary Kenyon (dancer), Fred 'Happy' Morris (member of the Tennessee Ramblers Band), Frank O'Connor (policeman), Elmer Warren (member of the Tennessee Ramblers Band), Kenneth L. Wolfe (member of the Tennessee Ramblers Band)
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Who Gave Caroline the Bird? Who Cut the Cheese?
The two people in this movie that Americans around the country were wild about in 1943 were Lulu Belle and Scotty Wiseman. Lulu Belle and Scotty Wiseman were regular performers and stars of the network radio program National Barn Dance, broadcast from radio station WLS in Chicago during the 1930’s and 1940’s. One of the first bluegrass country songs that broke out onto the pop music scene was the tune, “Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?” This hit song would be performed by many future music stars including Rod Stewart, Van Morrison, Kenny Rogers, and too many more to mention.
Six years before this movie was made, Lulu Belle was named the favorite female radio star in the nation by the Radio Guide magazine. In spite of having future western star Dale Evans on the cast, Lulu Belle and Scotty were the undisputed star and co-star of the story.
In this situation comedy, Lulu Belle and Scotty are workers in a cheese factory owned by Caroline Bird. Character actor Esther Dale is Miss Bird, the wealthy owner of a multi-million-dollar milk corporation. Future star Dale Evans, appearing in her third motion picture, would not meet Roy Rogers for another year. Dale Evans is Dale, the secretary for Caroline Bird.
When someone on a radio show to benefit the birthday of Miss Bird, Lulu Belle breaks into the broadcast that is transmitted over telephone lines, and Miss Bird hears the mysterious lady saying very nasty things about her. Bird and her secretary Dale decide to secretly go to the factory and get jobs. Miss Bird is determined to discover who called her such nasty names over the radio.
Of course, song and dance will interrupt the action once in a while, including a burlesque style performance by Dale Evans declaring in song that man’s favorite cake is not chocolate cake, and it is not coffee cake. If it doesn’t have eggs, and instead has two legs, it must be cheesecake, the favorite of every man. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Barbara Jo Allen
Charles Judels, Forbes Murray
Dale Evans, Esther Dale
Esther Dale, Dale Evans
George 'Shug' Fisher
Lulu Belle Wiseman
Lulu Belle Wiseman
Ransom M. Sherman
Richard Lane, Barbara Jo Allen
Richard Lane, Lulu Belle Wiseman
Roger Clark, Dale Evans
Rosemary La Planche
The Tennessee Ramblers