Cinema: The New Pictures: Dec. 2, 1940

You'll Find Out (R. K. O. Radio). Bandmaster Kay Kyser, who sells Lucky Strike cigarets on a weekly radio hour called Kay Kyser's Kollege of Musical Knowledge, wows his audience with a white cap & gown, a bouncing, frenzied jig he performs in front of the orchestra, an irresistible flow of puns, sly glances at his audience to let them know they are in on the horseplay. His slogan, "Yet's dance, chillun, yet's dance," is the signal for his equally rambunctious musicians to don unbecoming hats and wigs, toot their instruments in a spirit of buffoonery. That this form of entertainment...

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