is a 1941 American film directed by LeRoy Prinz.
Mar Brynn college is failing, as a scheme to perk-up attendance a newspaper reporter stages a show featuring "Odd girls" from all over the country. For publicity Mar Brynn's President Aunt Matilda Collinge (Esther Dale) begins poking fun of the Quincton college Zeta frat. For revenge the Quincton Zeta frat sends a man dressed in drag to participate in a free admission contest. After falling in love with Virginia Collinge (Frances Langford) Bob Sheppard/Bobbie DeWolfe (Johnny Downs) comes clean and for revenge stages a "Zeta" publicity shot at the end of the show.
- Frances Langford as Virginia Collinge
- Johnny Downs as Bob Sheppard aka Bobbie DeWolfe
- Marjorie Woodworth as Bunny
- Noah Beery Jr. as Slinky
- Esther Dale as Aunt Matilda Collinge
- Harry Langdon as Hap Holden
- Alan Hale Jr. as Tiny
- Kent Rogers as Henry
- Allan Lane as 2nd Senior
- Joe Brown Jr. as 3rd Senior
- Carlyle Blackwell Jr. as 4th Senior
- Irving Mitchell as Doctor
- Lillian Randolph as Deborah, the Washwoman
- Mickey Tanner as Tanner Sisters Trio Member
- Betty Tanner as Tanner Sisters Trio Member
- Martha Tanner as Tanner Sisters Trio Member
- Johnny Downs with chorus - "I'm a Chap with a Chip on My Shoulder" (by Walter G. Samuels and Charles Newman)
- Frances Langford - "I'm a Chap with a Chip on My Shoulder"
- Marjorie Woodworth, Tanner Sisters with Harry Langdon and chorus - "Up at the Crack of Dawn (by Walter G. Samuels and Charles Newman)
- Frances Langford with chorus - "Out of the Silence" (by Lloyd B. Norlin)
- Frances Langford, Tanner Sisters and Johnny Downs - "The Poor Farmers Daughter" (by Walter G. Samuels and Charles Newman)
Category:American musical comedy films